Byron York asks the DCCC if they have a “pledge” of their own:
Shortly before the Republicans rolled out their plan in Sterling, Virginia, I called the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. I asked spokesman Ryan Rudominer whether, since we now have the GOP agenda, there is a similar document laying out what Democrats will do if voters return them to power in the House. There was a moment of silence on the other end of the call.
“I’m sorry, you mean, like, a current one?” Rudominer asked.
Yes, I said.
“I don’t think we have, like, you know, a 21-page sort of infommercial-type package like this,” Rudominer said.
Well, any sort of agenda would be fine, I said.
“Look, you know, each race is going to have their own individualized message,” Rudominer answered. “So look, we’re not putting together a gimmicky package like this six weeks before the election. We’re talking about making each of these elections a choice.”