Hays County freshman should be re-elected to Texas House in ’12
“Throughout the legislative session, Jason Isaac did what he said he would do by putting the principles of his constituents ahead of the special interests in Austin,” said the president of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Michael Quinn Sullivan.
“As a strong, commonsense conservative, Jason Isaac could be counted on to do what was best for his constituents, the people of Texas, and future of the state’s economy.”
Sulliavn noted that Isaac earned the “Taxpayer Champion Award” for his rating on the Fiscal Responsibility Index, which examines the votes lawmakers cast votes during the legislative session.
First elected in 2010, Isaac defeated a Democratic incumbent in the general election.