Promises to support the repeal of the Federal Estate Tax when elected to represent FL-03 in Congress
Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, the Constitutional conservative candidate for Congress in FL-03, has signed the Death Tax repeal pledge. In signing the pledge, she is promising that she will support the repeal of the Federal Estate Tax when elected to represent the district. Last election cycle, over 400 candidates for federal office signed the pledge. Past signers include over 130 current members of Congress. Learn more about the Death Tax repeal pledge by clicking here. Previously, Kat Cammack also signed Americans for Tax Reform's "Taxpayer Protection Pledge" and the U.S. Term Limits Pledge. Kat Cammack made the following statement after signing the pledge: "It is crucial for us to send leaders to Congress who will be focused on cutting taxes, especially incredibly unfair ones like the Federal Estate Tax. "Repealing the Death Tax would create jobs, raise wages, and lead to economic growth. Furthermore, I have always found this particular tax to be egregiously unjust. The Federal Estate Tax is often paid by forcing grieving families to have to sell assets like farms and small businesses, destroying generations of hard work and aspirations of the American dream. As a staunch fiscal conservative, the voters of FL-03 can be certain that I will fight to repeal this tax and countless others that unnecessarily and unfairly take more money out of your pockets in order to grow government and stifle private sector growth."
Kat Cammack is a small business owner, a proud wife to a first responder, an alumnus of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager to Congressman Ted Yoho (R, FL-03). ###