Missourians Deserve Answers:  

  • Will Senator McCaskill Repeal Our Tax Cuts?  
  • Will Senator McCaskill Take Back Our Tax Cut Bonus Checks?  
  • Will Senator McCaskill Raise Our Taxes? 
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For years, Senator McCaskill has claimed to be on the side of working class families, but time and time again, her votes prove she sides with liberals in Washington.

Since arriving in Washington, McCaskill has cast 200+ votes for higher taxes and fees on Missouri

McCaskill Voted At Least FOURTEEN Times For Higher Taxes On Energy.   (S. 3044, Roll Call Vote #146, 6/10/08; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 223, Roll Call Vote #7, 2/2/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 940, Roll Call Vote #72, 5/17/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 2204, Roll Call Vote #59, 3/26/12; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 2204, Roll Call Vote #63, 3/29/12; McCaskill voted YEA; HR 5297, Roll Call Vote #233, 9/14/10; Motion agreed to 61-37: D 57-0, R 2-37, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea; HR 5297, Roll Call Vote #236, 9/16/10; Motion agreed to 61-38: D 57-0, R 2-38, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea; HR 5297, Roll Call Vote #237, 9/16/10; Passed 61-38: D 57-0, R 2-38, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea; S. 2012, Roll Call Vote #14, 2/2/16; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 1813, Roll Call Vote #36, 3/13/12; McCaskill voted NAY; (S. 1, Roll Call Vote #19, 1/22/15; Rejected 50-47: R 5-47; D 43-0; I 2-0; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 1813, Roll Call Vote #39, 3/13/12; McCaskill voted NAY; S. 223, Roll Call Vote #20, 2/17/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 223, Roll Call Vote #25, 2/17/11; McCaskill voted YEA)

McCaskill Opposed Death Tax Relief At Least EIGHT Times.  (S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #159: Motion Agreed To 54-41: R 46-0; D 8-39; I 0-2, 5/9/07, McCaskill Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 70, CQ Vote #50: Rejected 50-50: R 48-1; D 2-47; I 0-2, 3/13/08, McCaskill Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 70, CQ Vote #77, Rejected 48-50: R 47-1; D 1-47; I 0-2, 3/13/08, McCaskill Voted Nay;  S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #102: Rejected 48-51: R 48-1; D 0-48; I 0-2, 3/23/07, McCaskill Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #109: Rejected 44-55: R 44-5; D 0-48; I 0-2, 3/23/07, McCaskill Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 70, CQ Vote #43: Rejected 47-52: R 47-2; D 0-48; I 0-2, 3/13/08, McCaskill Voted Nay; H.R. 4213, CQ Vote #213: Motion rejected 39-59: R 37-3; D 2-54; I 0-2, 7/21/10, McCaskill Voted Nay; S Con Res 11, Roll Call Vote #114, 3/26/15; Adopted 54-46: R 53-1, D 1-43, I 0-2; McCaskill voted NAY)

McCaskill Voted At Least SEVEN Times Against Repealing Obamacare’s Higher Taxes.  (HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #167, 7/25/17; Motion agreed to 50-50: R 50-2, D 0-46, I 0-2 – Pence cast “yea” vote to break tie; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #168, 7/25/17; Motion rejected 43-57: R 43-9, D 0-46, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #169, 7/26/17; Rejected 45-55: R 45-7, D 0-46, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #176, 6/27/17; Motion rejected 43-57: R 0-52, D 41-5, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #177, 7/27/17; Adopted 52-48: R 50-2, D 2-44, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #179, 7/28/17; Rejected 49-51: R 49-3, D 0-46, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 1628, Roll Call Vote #168, 7/25/17; Motion rejected 43-57: R 43-9, D 0-46, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay)

McCaskill Voted At Least FIVE Times For Income Tax Hikes.  (S. 1660, Roll Call Vote #160, 10/11/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 1917, Roll Call Vote #219, 12/1/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 1944, Roll Call Vote #224, 12/8/11; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 1177, Roll Call Vote #247, 7/16/15; McCaskill voted YEA; S. 3412, Roll Call Vote #184, 7/25/12; McCaskill voted YEA)

McCaskill Voted At Least FOUR Times Against Extending The Bush Tax Cuts.  (HR 1, Roll Call Vote #38, 2/4/09; Motion rejected 36-61: D 0-55, R 36-4, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 4853, Roll Call Vote #274, 12/15/10; Motion rejected 37-63: D 1-55, R 36-6, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; HR 4853, Roll Call Vote #275, 12/15/10; Motion rejected 43-57: D 42-14, R 0-42, I 1-1; McCaskill voted Nay; S. 3412, Roll Call Vote #183, 7/25/12; McCaskill voted NAY)

McCaskill Voted At Least THREE Times Against Repealing The Obamacare ‘Cadillac’ Tax. (HR 3762, Roll Call Vote #316, 12/3/15; Adopted 90-10: R 51-3, D 37-7, I 2-0; McCaskill voted NAY; HR 3762, Roll Call Vote #326, 12/3/15; Motion rejected 52-47: R 52-2, D 0-44, I 0-1; McCaskill voted NAY; HR 3762, Roll Call Vote #329, 12/3/15; Passed 52-47: R 52-2, D 0-44, I 0-1; McCaskill voted NAY)

McCaskill Voted At Least TWICE Against Comprehensive Tax Reform Legislation. (H Con Res 71, Roll Call Vote #219, 10/17/17; Motion agreed to 50-47: R 50-0, D 0-45, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay; H Con Res 71, Roll Call Vote #245, 10/19/17; Adopted 51-49: R 51-1, D 0-46, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay)

McCaskill Voted At Least TWICE To Make It Harder For The Senate To Cut Taxes.  (H Con Res 71, Roll Call Vote #224, 10/18/17; Motion rejected 46-52: R 0-51, D 44-1, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea; H Con Res 71, Roll Call Vote #234, 10/19/17; Motion rejected 47-52: R 0-52, D 45-0, I 2-0; McCaskill voted Yea)

McCaskill Voted Against Reducing The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT).  (S Con Res 21, Roll Call Vote #113, 3/23/07; McCaskill voted NAY)

McCaskill Voted Against Permanently Banning The State And Local Taxation Of Internet Access.  (HR 644, Roll Call Vote #21, 2/11/16; McCaskill voted NAY)

McCaskill Voted Against Exempting Mobile Mammography Units From Fuel Excise Taxes.  (H.R. 4872, CQ Vote #92: Motion agreed to 56-39: R 0-38; D 54-1; I 2-0, 3/25/10, McCaskill Voted Yea)

McCaskill Voted Against Full Repeal Of The Marriage Penalty Tax.  (HR 4872, Roll Call Vote #91, 3/25/10; Motion rejected 40-55: D 3-52, R 37-1, I 0-2; McCaskill voted Nay)

McCaskill Voted Against Permanent Extension Of The Small-Business Tax Cuts.  (H.R. 1586, CQ Vote #227: Motion rejected 42-58: R 40-1; D 2-55; I 0-2, 8/5/10, McCaskill Voted Nay)

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First, Claire McCaskill Attacked GOP Tax Cuts As “Scraps.”    

“I wanted to support real tax reform. This isn’t it—this is a bad deal for Missouri families. Working people in Missouri deserve better than to get scraps…” (McCaskill Press Release, 11/16/17)   

That Makes Sense Coming From The Millionaire Senator, Whose Campaign Is Funded Heavily By ActBlue – A Bundling System For Some Of America’s Most Liberal Senators. 

McCaskill has already pulled in nearly $6 million from ActBlue this cycle, as of early April (2017-18). (Source: FEC)

Then, McCaskill Voted Against Tax Relief For Missouri’s Families.  (The New York Times, 12/19/17)   

And Now? Democrats Want To Repeal Your Tax Cut:   

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer: “We Want To Roll Back The Republicans’ Tax Giveaways…”  “‘We want to roll back the Republicans’ tax giveaways to corporations and the wealthy and invest that money instead in jobs and infrastructure,’ Schumer said.” (Andrew Kerr, “Nancy Pelosi Vows Democrats Will Raise Taxes If They Take Back The House,” The Daily Caller, 4/5/18)   

DSCC Chairman Sen. Chris Van Hollen To Senate Democrats: Embrace Repeal.  “Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen, who leads Senate Democrats’ 2018 campaign efforts, encouraged all of his party’s candidates, even the most vulnerable, to embrace their opposition to the tax law. ‘Our members will be talking to these issues,’ Van Hollen said. ‘It doesn’t matter if you’re a red state or a blue state, the idea of running up the debt by $1.5 trillion and cutting Medicare and Medicaid to pay for tax cuts for big corporations and the wealthy is not popular.’” (The Associated Press, 2/28/18)   

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Said Democrats Could Repeal And Replace The Tax Law.  “Pelosi acknowledged Democrats will need to retake the House to have any chance of repealing and replacing the tax law. ‘It may have to be a ‘replace and repeal’ — replace them and repeal the bill,’ she said. But Pelosi also said that, to endure, any tax reforms should be bipartisan. And she left the door open for a low corporate tax rate.” (Mike Lillis And Naomi Jagoda, “Dems Vow To Repeal Parts Of GOP Tax Law,” The Hill, 2/1/18)   

Sen. Bernie Sanders: “We Have Got To Repeal All Of President Trump’s Tax Breaks.”  “‘At a time of massive wealth and income inequality, we have got to repeal all of President Trump’s tax breaks for the wealthy and big corporations and rebuild the disappearing middle class,’ [Bernie Sanders] added.” (The Washington Examiner, 4/9/18)   

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Has Vowed To “Change” The Tax Cut Law.  “‘The Republicans have just crammed through a tax bill to give $1.4 trillion in giveaways to billionaires and giant corporations, and they expect hardworking families across this country to pay for it,"’ Warren said, speaking to reporters in Roxbury. ‘I don't think that a single working person in this country should pay more in taxes in order to give breaks to billionaires and giant multinational corporations, and if I had a chance I would change that,’ Warren said.” (Mass Live, 1/8/18)   

The Democrats Have Made Their Tax Cut Repeal Clear:   

Headline: “Senate Democrats Pitch Repeal Of Tax Cuts To Fund Infrastructure.” (Politico, 3/7/18)   

Headline: “Nancy Pelosi Vows Democrats Will Raise Taxes If They Take Back The House” (Andrew Kerr, “Nancy Pelosi Vows Democrats Will Raise Taxes If They Take Back The House,” The Daily Caller, 4/5/18)   

Headline: “Bernie Sanders Calls For Repeal Of GOP Tax Law.” (The Washington Examiner, 4/9/18)   

Will Senator McCaskill Repeal Our Tax Cuts?   
Missouri deserves to know: What's your plan, Senator McCaskill?   

This time next year, many Missouri families will see lower taxes come Tax Day. Some are already starting to see increases in their paychecks, while others have received notable bonuses from their companies. That's because of the new tax cut law going into effect, no thanks to Senator Claire McCaskill…

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