Senator Feingold’s record on taxes is bad for the economy, bad for families, and bad for Wisconsin’s future.
In August of 1993, Senator Feingold voted for legislation that raised taxes by approximately $241 billion.
In July of 1997, Senator Feingold voted against legislation that included more than $100 billion in tax cuts over five years.
In May of 2001, Senator Feingold voted against legislation that cut taxes by $1.35 trillion.
In May of 2003, Senator Feingold voted against legislation that cut taxes by $350 billion.
In March of 2010, Senator Feingold voted to keep an Obamacare tax on life-saving medical devices.
In December of 2010 – with one of his final votes in the Senate – Senator Feingold voted in favor of a tax increase that even President Obama warned would cost “well over a million jobs.”
Sign now to tell Senator Feingold we can’t afford any more damage to Wisconsin families and jobs.