New Ad In CA-45 Highlights Katie Porter’s Expensive, Liberal Agenda

Ad contrasts Mimi Walters efforts to cut taxes for California families by $5,000 with Katie Porter’s liberal policies that would nearly double the national debt

WASHINGTON – Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, today released a new ad, “Clear Choice,” in California’s 45th Congressional District. The ad contrasts Mimi Walters efforts to cut taxes by $5,000 for hardworking Orange County families with Katie Porter’s liberal policies that would increase taxes on middle-class families and nearly double the national debt. The ad will air in the Los Angeles media market and on digital platforms throughout the district.

“Thanks to Mimi Walters’ work to cut middle-class taxes, Orange County families are saving $5,000 a year, and California now has a record-low unemployment rate,” said Courtney Alexander, CLF Communications Director. “Katie Porter’s liberal policies would take California backward. Porter joined Nancy Pelosi in opposing the middle-class tax cut and supports a $32 trillion spending bill that would almost double the debt. With Katie Porter and Nancy Pelosi, it would be higher taxes and lost jobs – Orange County families deserve better.”

In addition to the ad campaign, CLF previously opened a field office in California’s 45th Congressional District. Each CLF field office is supported by a full-time staffer and hundreds of interns and volunteers who engage with voters on a daily basis through hyper-targeted phone banking and door-to-door canvassing.

Watch the ad, “Clear Choice,” here.


VO: Orange County families have a clear choice. 

Mimi Walters cut middle-class taxes, saving families five-thousand dollars a year. 

Now California has record-low unemployment.

Katie Porter would take us backward. 

Porter joined Pelosi to oppose the middle-class tax cut…

…and Porter supports a thirty-two trillion dollar spending bill… 

…almost doubling the national debt. 

Porter. Pelosi. 

Higher taxes. Lost jobs.