Unrig Our Economy Announces Ad Buy Calling on Republican Members of Congress to Vote ‘No’ on McCarthy’s Default Plan

The ad will run in NY-19, NY-22, VA-02 and CA-13

WASHINGTON, D.C. Today, Unrig Our Economy announced a digital and streaming ad-buy in four House districts across the country, highlighting the impact of Speaker McCarthy’s proposed default plan on working people.

The ads, which begin running this weekend, call on Rep. Marc Molinaro (NY-19), Rep. Brandon Williams (NY-22), Rep. Jen Kiggans (VA-02), and Rep. John Duarte (CA-13) to put their constituents over the super wealthy and corporations. House Republicans’ current proposal could increase costs for hard working Americans—from health care, to child care, and utility costs— rather than making big corporations pay their fair share in taxes. 

Unrig Our Economy campaign director Sarah Baron issued the following statement in response:

“Speaker McCarthy’s plan is the latest attempt by House Republicans to take away American’s hard earned benefits and run up costs while giving big corporations yet another break–  made worse by the threat of a default if they don’t get their way. At what point will Republicans in Congress stand up for the working people in their districts instead of billionaires and big corporations?” 

Full script of the NY-19 ad titled, “MAGA Default Plan” below: 

“We keep working harder

And pay our fair share in taxes

But instead of making corporations do the same,

Washington Republicans would increase our health care and utility costs.

Tell Congressman Molinaro: Vote NO on McCarthy’s Default plan.” 


To learn more about the campaign, visit UnrigOurEconomy.com or contact [email protected]




About Unrig Our Economy

Unrig Our Economy is a multi-year, national campaign to fix the rules of our economy to make it work for working people. We know that when the middle class does well, all of us do well — which is why we’re fighting on behalf of working Americans and holding corporations, their wealthy executives, and the politicians who enable them accountable.