Isaac for Congress Hits the Airwaves with Make America Like Texas Ad

By February 19, 2018Featured, News

With early voting set to begin on Tuesday in the 2018 Republican primary election, the campaign to elect State Representative Jason Isaac to Congress continues to gain momentum and ramped up its new television ad this week, titled “Make America Like Texas.”

Rep. Isaac is the only candidate in the crowded 18-person field for the Texas’ 21st Congressional District Republican nomination with a proven record of conservative policy achievements.

In the ad, Rep. Isaac shares his vision for bringing the conservative Texas model to the U.S. Congress:

“Over a million people have moved to Texas since 2010 for a reason: Texas works. Our low taxes and low regulatory climate keeps government our lives and our pocketbooks. In the Texas House, I cut billions in taxes, invested in securing our border, and protected the Second Amendment. I’m running for Congress to take the conservative Texas model to the place that needs it most: Washington, D.C. It’s kind of a no brainer. Texas works. Let’s make America like Texas.”

“Any candidate can read a poll and know how to say something that voters will like to hear. What really matters is having the courage and the ability to fight and win for those things in the arena of public policy,” said Rep. Isaac. “I don’t offer voters my promises, I offer them my record of conservative achievement. That is what I will take to Washington as their next congressman.”

The ad can be viewed online at www.facebook.com/ISAACforTexas, or on thousands of television sets across the 21st Congressional District, which includes a large portion of the Hill Country, stretching from Austin to San Antonio.

Rep. Isaac is a fourth-generation native Texan who is currently concluding his fourth term as a conservative Texas House member, representing Hays and Blanco counties (two of the ten counties in CD 21). He is the founder of the Hill Country Caucus in the Texas House, vice president of the Texas Conservative Coalition, and one of only two candidates in the field to receive the highly coveted “A” rating from the NRA. He is a successful small business owner and lives in Hays County with his wife, Carrie, and two sons.