Action Items – October 30 – November 3



This week’s tax reform briefing will be today at 12:00 Noon ET and will feature special guests Senator David Perdue of Georgia and Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio.

Dial-in information and instructions are listed below and we look forward to hearing from you.

Conference Phone Number: (855) 556-2716

Instructions: Dial the conference phone number. When you’ve entered the call you will hear music until the conference begins. Our guest will give an update on tax reform, then we’ll open it up for questions.

Last Thursday, the House passed the Senate’s budget, paving the way for the much-anticipated tax reform discussions. This week, we have specific actions for you to take to keep the pressure on Capitol Hill to pass meaningful tax reform.

  1. Please call both of your U.S. Senators and and your U.S. representative urge them to support tax reform. You can reach them by dialing the Capitol Switchboard at 202.224.3121 and asking for their offices.
  2. Download our Tax Reform How-to-Guide and sign our tax reform petition. Our petitions are the easiest and most effective way to make your voice heard. And don’t forget to share this important petition on social media!
  3. Read our talking points below and use them when calling Congress. Also be sure to check out our new talking points for business owners.
  4. Use our sample press release to announce you’ve joined the tax reform coalition.
  5. Use our sample letter to the editor to write a letter. Let us know when you get it published.
  6. Please check out FreedomWorks’ tax reform page.
  7. Please share your tax reform story with us. How you would benefit from tax reform?
  8. Sign up for text alerts!
  9. Consider hosting a house party. We have house party kits available now, and we will ship one to you so you can host an effective and high-impact house party.
  10. Help us grow the coalition by inviting others to join.

How-to Guide


Press Release


Sample Letter



  • The U.S. tax code is complicated and unwieldy. It is a drain on our economy.
  • Americans spend 6 billion hours and $400 billion every year preparing their tax returns because the tax code is so complicated. That’s wasted time and money.
  • Our current tax system slows economic growth, and reduces opportunities and wages for all Americans.
  • Tax reform is long overdue.
  • Americans want a tax code that is simpler, flatter, and fairer.
  • President Trump campaigned on pro-growth tax reform, and the American people stand behind him on that goal.
  • Americans are ready for tax reform that moves the nation forward.