President Jessica Floyd Congratulates President Biden and Congressional Democrats’ Historic Build Back Better Framework
Today, President Biden announced a framework for legislation that lowers costs for working families, creates new jobs, and guarantees sustainable economic growth for years to come — all paid for by making billionaires and corporations pay their fair share. To celebrate this once-in-a-generation investment in working families American Bridge 21st Century President Jessica Floyd released the following statement:
“Thanks to Democrats in Congress and the Biden-Harris Administration’s bipartisan agenda, America will once again prioritize workers and middle-class families over the billionaires who got a sweetheart deal under the last administration and Republican leadership,” said American Bridge 21st Century President Jessica Floyd. “It is disappointing, though not surprising, that Republicans are more focused on obstruction and division than supporting this plan to get the economy back on track. The American people overwhelmingly support the Build Back Better Agenda because it places working families at the heart of our economic growth, creates millions of good-paying jobs and gets our country back on track. As we move closer to the midterms, American Bridge 21st Century will continue to uplift the stories of recovery and relief that were made possible by President Biden’s leadership. American Bridge will be working with partners and allies to ensure voters know that Democrats are the ones delivering for them.”
To highlight President Biden and congressional Democrats’ accomplishments, American Bridge 21st Century launched a $100 million paid media campaign in April geared towards the 2022 midterms. So far, ads in Virginia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Georgia focus on the families, small businesses, and communities that benefit from provisions found in the Biden-Harris administration’s Build Back Better agenda.
Follow American Bridge 21st Century President Jess Floyd on Twitter – @JessLFloyd
Published: Oct 28, 2021
Last Modified: Jan 27, 2022