“A new administration promises new hope for constraining the growth of the federal government, but it can’t be done without principled conservative leadership in Congress.”
AUSTIN — State Representative Jason Isaac today announced his candidacy for U.S. Congressional District 21.
“During my four terms in the Texas Legislature, I’ve had the honor and privilege of participating firsthand in helping make Texas the freest state in the nation — and it’s time to take those values and experience to Washington,” said Rep. Isaac Thursday. “A new administration promises new hope for constraining the growth of the federal government, but it can’t be done without principled conservative leadership in Congress.”
Rep. Isaac continued, “I’m humbled that many of my constituents have asked me to run, and I look forward to discussing the issues as I campaign across the district.”
Since first elected to the Texas House of Representatives, Rep. Isaac has played a pivotal role in cutting taxes and regulations, improving education, preserving Second Amendment rights, strengthening election integrity, supporting our veterans, and bolstering private property rights.
He has excelled at bringing diverse groups together while standing firm in his conservative values and has been named a “Courageous Conservative” each legislative session.
Rep. Isaac is committed to serving out the remainder of his term representing House District 45 in the Texas Capitol.
“In the face of unacceptable overreach by a federal government grown too big and too costly, I’ll fight for our liberty, our security, and our future,” said Rep. Isaac.
Congressional District 21 is currently held by sixteen-term congressman Lamar Smith, who recently announced he will not seek re-election. The district includes portions of Bexar, Comal, Hays, and Travis counties and encompasses Bandera, Blanco, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, and Real counties.
Rep. Isaac is a fourth-generation native Texan who has served House District 45 in the Texas Legislature since 2011. He is the founding chair of the Hill Country Caucus and vice president of the Texas Conservative Coalition. Rep. Isaac is a small business owner and lives in Hays County with his wife, Carrie, and two sons.