A Republican-allied advocacy organization has launched a $1.5 million TV and digital ad campaign ahead of this week’s vote on the tax overhaul legislation in the House of Representatives.

The ad from the American Action Network is targeting New York House Republicans and their voters as some GOP lawmakers from New York have expressed reservations with the package that would limit deductions for state and local taxes.

A version of tax reform backed by the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate would end SALT deductions entirely.

“Across America, working families are in desperate need of tax reform that increases take-home pay, creates jobs, and strengthens our economy,” said AAN Executive Director Corry Bliss. “It’s not surprising that Nancy Pelosi and her allies in Congress are trying to jeopardize reforms that would put an extra $1,200 into the pockets of middle-class families. We’re asking these members to make the choice to help middle-class families over helping Pelosi.”

The group is spending up to $20 million on TV, radio and direct mail as well as other advertising methods aimed at 50 House districts across the country.

Here’s an example of one of the ads, which focuses on Rep. Claudia Tenney.