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Bad News For Dems: Job Growth #s Booming In Critical States

- August 8, 2018

State Economies Have Thrived Under President Trump, No Thanks To Their Democrat Senators

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TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • States across the country are thriving under President Trump by adding jobs and reducing unemployment, no thanks to their Democrat Senators.
  • Democrats looking to win Senate races in these states this cycle have voted against and made false claims about the GOP tax cuts, and have repeatedly sought to undermine and undercut President Trump's pro-growth agenda.
  • Despite Senate Democrats' false claim of economic armageddon, many of these states have seen a massive acceleration in job growth over the same period in the previous year in the wake of the GOP tax cuts.
    • In Wisconsin, Ohio, North Dakota, and West Virginia job growth has accelerated 79.5%, 132.3%, 262.5%, and 200% respectively since the GOP tax cuts were passed.
    • Sen. Heitkamp once predicted the tax bill would not create jobs; in reality, job growth in North Dakota has accelerated by 262.5% since the tax cuts bill was passed.
    • Sen. Manchin hinted that middle-class West Virginians would see little, if any, benefit in the tax bill; in reality, job growth in West Virginia has gone up by 200% since the tax cuts bill was passed.
  • On top of this, unemployment rates for minorities have dropped significantly in many of these states in the time since President Trump took office.

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NORTH DAKOTA'S ECONOMY HAS THRIVED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Heitkamp Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts And Claimed They Would Not Create Jobs

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Shortly Before The GOP Tax Cuts Were Passed, Sen. Heitkamp Claimed The Bill Would Not Create Jobs Or Grow The Economy. "U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp today explained how the House-Senate Republican tax reform bill will impact North Dakotans by increasing the debt by nearly $1.5 trillion, raising costs for most middle income families in the long-term, and not growing the economy or creating jobs in the way Republicans say it will." (Press Release, "Heitkamp Explains How Republican Tax Reform Bill Will Hurt North Dakotans," Sen. Heidi Heitkamp , 12/18/17)

Job Growth In North Dakota Has Increased By 262.5% In The Wake Of The GOP Tax Cuts

In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, North Dakota Has Gained 5,800 Jobs In 2018, 4,200 More Than The Same Period During 2017, A 262.5% Increase. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

North Dakota Has Gained 800 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In North Dakota Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

North Dakota's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 2.8% To 2.6% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

WEST VIRGINIA'S ECONOMY HAS THRIVED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Manchin Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Manchin Slammed The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act Saying, "The Wealthiest Get The Greatest Benefits." " 'It shows you where their values are. Their choices were that the corporations get the greatest cuts, the wealthiest get the greatest benefits, and on top of that, theirs is all permanent. The people that get the least amount and the unknown is, the people that get the temporary are the people that needed it the most,' Manchin said. 'So I said, 'Guys, wait a minute. Aren't we off-base a little bit here?'" (Edward Isaac Dovere, "'I Was An Easy Pickup': How Trump Lost Manchin On Taxes," Politico , 12/19/17)

Job Growth In West Virginia Has Increased By 200% In The Wake Of The GOP Tax Cuts

In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, West Virginia Has Gained 2,400 Jobs In 2018, 1,600 More Than The Same Period During 2017, A 200% Increase. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

West Virginia Has Gained 5,700 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

OHIO'S ECONOMY HAS SOARED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Brown Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown Insisted That The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act Does Not Help Working People In Ohio. "Tax reform should be about one thing: putting money in the pockets of working people in Ohio and across the county. That's what the President says he wants. That's what I want - and I hope we get there. Unfortunately, that's not what this bill does." (Press Release, "Brown: Tax Reform Should Be About Putting Money Back In Pockets of Working Ohioans," Sen. Sherrod Brown , 11/13/17)

Job Growth In Ohio Has Increased By 132.3% In The Wake Of The GOP Tax Cuts

In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, Ohio Has Gained 70,400 Jobs In 2018, 40,100 More Than The Same Period During 2017, A 132.3% Increase. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Ohio Has Gained 82,900 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Ohio Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Ohio's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5.2% To 4.5% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Ohio For African Americans Has Decreased From 9.4% To 7% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Ohio Was 7% In The First Quarter Of 2018. "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Ohio All: 4.5% White: 4.0% Black: 7.0% Hispanic: NA Asian: NA." (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Ohio Was 9.4% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Ohio 9.4%. (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

WISCONSIN'S ECONOMY HAS BOOMED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Baldwin Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Baldwin Called GOP Tax Cuts "Largely A Tax Giveaway To The Wealthiest Few And Powerful Corporations." "Baldwin, D-Madison, said in a statement that she wants to simplify the tax code and make it fairer for families, small businesses and manufacturers. 'But the Republican plan is largely a tax giveaway to the wealthiest few and powerful corporations, while millions of middle-class families would get a tax hike,' Baldwin said." (Mark Sommerhauser, "Tammy Baldwin Calls GOP Tax Bill A Boon For Wealthy; Republican Foes Cheer Donald Trump's Efforts," The Wisconsin State Journal , 11/26/17)

Job Growth In Wisconsin Has Increased By 79.5% In The Wake Of The GOP Tax Cuts

In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, Wisconsin Has Gained 22,800 Jobs In 2018, 10,100 More Than The Same Period During 2017, A 79.5% Increase. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Wisconsin Has Gained 35,500 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Wisconsin Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Wisconsin's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 3.5% To 2.9% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

FLORIDA'S ECONOMY HAS BOOMED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Nelson Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Sen. Nelson Said "Nothing" About The Tax Cut Legislation Was Fair, And Argued The Bill Favored Corporations Over The Middle Class. "Nelson, in an interview, blasted the corporate tax cuts in the bill. 'Why give a huge, multinational corporate tax cut, which in essence swells the defict $1.4 trillion and the same time gives little relief, if any, to the middle class?' Some tax cuts aimed at the middle class expire after a number of years - 'widow dressing,' in Nelson's terms. He also cited a CBO report showing that over a decade, people making $75,000 or less would see a tax increaes. Nelson said another unfairness is small businesses would pay a higher rate than the 20 percent for corporations. 'Nothing about it is fair,' Nelson said." ("Bill Nelson to Republicans on tax plan: try again ," Miami Herald , 11/28/17)

Florida Has Gained 99,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 6,600 More Than The Same Period During 2017

Florida Has Gained 99,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 6,600 More Than The Same Period During 2017. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Florida Has Gained 239,800 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office . ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Florida Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Florida's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 4.6% To 3.8% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Florida For Hispanic Americans Has Decreased From 4.7% To 4.2% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For Hispanic Americans In Florida Was 4.2% In The First Quarter Of 2018 "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Florida All: 3.9% White: 2.9% Black: 7.3% Hispanic: 4.2% Asian: 1.9%"(Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For Hispanic Americans In Florida Was 4.7% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Florida 4.7%." (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

The Unemployment Rate In Florida For African Americans Has Decreased From 7.6% To 7.3% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Florida Was 7.3% In The First Quarter Of 2018 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Florida All: 3.9% White: 2.9% Black: 7.3% Hispanic: 4.2% Asian: 1.9%" (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Florida Was 7.6% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Florida 7.6%." (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

MONTANA'S ECONOMY HAS FLOURISHED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Montana Has Gained 5,100 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office

Montana Has Gained 5,100 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Montana Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Montana's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 4.0% To 3.8% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

PENNSYLVANIA'S ECONOMY HAS GROWN UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Pennsylvania Has Gained 93,800 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office

Pennsylvania Has Gained 93,800 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Pennsylvania Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5.2% To 4.3% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Pennsylvania For Hispanic Americans Has Decreased From 11.3% To 6.6% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For Hispanic Americans In Pennsylvania Was 6.6% In The First Quarter Of 2018. "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Pennsylvania All: 4.8% White: 4.3% Black: 7.0% Hispanic: 6.6% Asian: NA." (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For Hispanic Americans In Pennsylvania Was 11.3% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016. "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Pennsylvania 11.3%" (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

The Unemployment Rate In Pennsylvania For African Americans Has Decreased From 10.5% To 7% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Pennsylvania Was 7% In The First Quarter Of 2018 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Pennsylvania All: 4.8% White: 4.3% Black: 7.0% Hispanic: 6.6% Asian: NA" (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Pennsylvania Was 10.5% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Pennsylvania 10.5%." (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

INDIANA'S ECONOMY HAS ADVANCED SUBSTANTIALLY UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Indiana Has Gained 31,300 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office

Indiana Has Gained 31,300 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Indiana Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 3.8% To 3.3% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Indiana For African Americans Has Decreased From 8.3% To 4.8% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Indiana Was 4.8% In The First Quarter Of 2018 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Indiana All: 3.2% White: 2.9% Black: 4.8% Hispanic: NA Asian: NA" (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Indiana Was 8.3% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Indiana 8.3%. (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

MISSOURI'S ECONOMY HAS SHINED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. McCaskill Voted Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Sen. McCaskill Said That The GOP Tax Cuts Are "Not Going To Be Helpful To The Vast Majority Of People In My State." "'Listen, I think it's great when companies want to give workers bonuses,' Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said Tuesday. 'That doesn't change the reality of the numbers. It's a debt-inducing, make-rich-people-richer tax bill that in the long run is not going to be helpful to the vast majority of people in my state that are sitting around the kitchen table trying to figure out how [to] come out even at the end of the month.'" (Igor Bobic, "Democrats Downplay Bonuses Employees Are Getting In Wake Of GOP Tax Law," The Huffington Post , 1/8/18)

Missouri Has Gained 22,900 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 3,100 More Than The Same Period During 2017

Missouri Has Gained 22,900 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 3,100 More Than The Same Period During 2017. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Missouri Has Gained 47,400 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Missouri Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Missouri's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 4.1% To 3.5% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Missouri For African Americans Has Decreased From 10.1% To 7.5% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Missouri Was 7.5% In The First Quarter Of 2018 "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Missouri All: 3.7% White: 3.1% Black: 7.5% Hispanic: NA Asian: NA" (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Missouri Was 10.1% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Missouri 10.1%. (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

MICHIGAN'S ECONOMY HAS PROSPERED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Sen. Stabenow Spoke Out Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323 : Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)

  • Sen. Stabenow Slammed The GOP Tax Cuts Saying That "This Bill Actually Raises Taxes On Middle-Class Families And Seniors." "We need tax reform that puts more money in the pockets of the middle class, closes tax loopholes that send jobs overseas and supports small businesses and farms across Michigan-unfortunately, this bill does none of these things. This bill actually raises taxes on middle-class families and seniors and leaves Michigan families without health insurance to pay for huge tax giveaways for the wealthiest one percent of Americans. This was a missed opportunity to work together in a bipartisan way on real tax reform." (Press Release, "Stabenow Statement Following Vote On Republican Tax Bill Conference Report," Sen. Debbie Stabenow , 12/20/17)

Michigan Has Gained 32,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of Gop Tax Cuts, 1,000 More Than The Same Period During 2017

Michigan Has Gained 32,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 1,000 More Than The Same Period During 2017. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18

Michigan Has Gained 72,100 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Michigan Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Michigan's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5% To 4.5% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

The Unemployment Rate In Michigan For African Americans Has Decreased From 10% To 8.3% Since President Trump Took Office

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Michigan Was 8.3% In The First Quarter Of 2018 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Michigan All: 4.7% White: 4.0% Black: 8.3% Hispanic: NA Asian: NA" (Janelle Jones, "In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate," Economic Policy Institute , 5/17/18)

The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Michigan Was 10.0% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016 . "State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Michigan 10.0%. (Janelle Jones, "State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery," Economic Policy Institute , 2/8/17)

ARIZONA'S ECONOMY HAS REACHED NEW HEIGHTS UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Rep. Sinema Spoke Out Against The GOP Tax Cuts

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act . (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #699 : Passed 224-201: R 224-12; D 0-189, 12/20/17)

  • Sinema Called The GOP Tax Cuts "A Bad Deal For Arizona." "This bill is a bad deal for Arizona. It explodes the federal debt, likely raises taxes on many small businesses, and makes it harder for Arizona families to get ahead. I oppose this bill because it does not reflect the values and priorities of hardworking Arizonans." (Press Release, "Sinema Votes Against House Tax Bill," Rep. Kyrsten Sinema , 11/16/17)

Arizona Has Gained 45,900 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 7,600 More Than The Same Period During 2017

Arizona Has Gained 45,900 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 7,600 More Than The Same Period During 2017. Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Arizona Has Gained 98,200 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Arizona Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Arizona's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5.2% To 4.7% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics, Accessed 8/6/18)

NEVADA'S ECONOMY HAS FOUND IT'S STRIDE UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Nevada Has Gained 54,400 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office

Nevada Has Gained 54,400 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office . ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)

Unemployment In Nevada Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office

Nevada's Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5.3% To 4.7% Since President Trump Took Office. ( Bureau Of Labor Statistics , Accessed 8/6/18)


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