AUSTIN — Rep. Jason Isaac (R-Dripping Springs) participated in a press conference announcing the Texas Conservative Coalition’s Pledge with Texans, a six-point pledge to support and vote for conservative values during the 85th Legislative Session.
The six core principles of the Pledge with Texans are:
- Protecting constitutional rights;
- Advancing economic freedom by reducing barriers for first-time employers and job seekers;
- Promoting government reform, accountability, and fiscal responsibility;
- Encouraging job creation through tax reform, reduction, and elimination;
- Improving education; and
- Working to strengthen border security and stem illegal immigration.
“Each legislative session, our caucus makes a commitment to the people of Texas to promote and pass legislation advancing the values that so many Texans hold dear — values that protect families and ensure limited government, individual liberty and free enterprise,” said TCC’s president, Representative James Frank (R-Wichita Falls). “Working together, TCC will continue to identify opportunities to pass conservative legislation into law and we look forward to significant progress on every item within this year’s Pledge with Texans.”
“I’m thrilled to see so many representatives joining together to fight for conservative values and a bright future for the State of Texas,” added Rep. Isaac, who serves as TCC’s vice president. “The 84th Legislative Session was called the most conservative in recent memory. But make no mistake, there’s more to come in the 85th. I’m looking forward to working with my colleagues to fulfill our Pledge with Texans.”
TCC is the conservative caucus of the Texas Legislature. Since its founding in 1985, TCC’s mission has been to promote and defend limited government, individual liberty, free enterprise, and traditional values — a platform that has for decades given a voice to grassroots activists, claimed countless conservative victories across the State of Texas, and supported elected officials as they pursue conservative action.
To learn more about TCC and its Pledge with Texans, click here.
Representing Blanco and Hays counties, Rep. Isaac has served House District 45 in the Texas Legislature since 2011. He is a member of the Economic and Small Business Development, Environmental Regulation, and Local and Consent Calendars committees and is chair of the Subcommittee on Small Business. He lives in Drippings Springs with his wife, Carrie, and two sons.Tweet