Congressman Lamborn Receives “Tax Fighter Award”
Washington, D.C. – The National Tax Limitation Committee (NTLC) awarded Congressman Doug Lamborn with the "Tax Fighter Award" for the 116th Congress. This award was presented to Congressman Lamborn for his work to limit federal spending, fight tax increases, and promote responsible budgetary and appropriations practices. Each Congress, NTLC analyzes the voting records of Members of Congress, and each grade is based on a member's public position on key votes. Congressman Lamborn received an "A" grade for 2019-2020.
“I am honored to receive the Tax Fighter Award from the National Tax Limitation Committee,” Congressman Lamborn said. “Throughout my career, I have fought to lower tax rates for Coloradans. In the Colorado legislature, I was the lead sponsor for the largest tax cut in state history. During the 116th Congress, I have fought to prevent Nancy Pelosi and her radical Democrats from raising taxes and have consistently opposed fiscally irresponsible appropriation bills. It is past time that Congress stopped their out of control spending. I will continue fighting to simplify the tax code and put more money into the pockets of Americans.”
"Congressman Doug Lamborn has voted solidly with taxpayers in his district," said National Tax Limitation Committee (NTLC) President Lewis K. Uhler. "His fiscally sound voting record has earned NTLC's coveted award in every Congress since he was first elected to the 110th in 2007."
The National Tax Limitation Committee was organized in 1975 to seek constitutional and other limits on taxes, spending, and deficits at the federal, state, and local levels of government, in keeping with the principles, policies, and objectives of Ronald Reagan. Each Congress NTLC analyzes the voting records of U.S. Senators and Representatives, as it has done for 45 years.
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