Jason Isaac's file:
Isaac

Republican from Texas

Jason Isaac was initially elected in 2010 to represent District 45 in the Texas House. He owns and operates a small sports management business, according to his campaign website.

Recent statements involving Jason Isaac

Pending a federal waiver, the 2013 Legislature "eliminated the overtesting of students in grades 3-8 by decreasing the number of tests from 17 to 8."

Says that over the past 20 years, Texas public school spending rose 142 percent and per-pupil spending more than tripled when adjusted for inflation.

Says this month’s special session will cost the state $27,300 a day just for legislators’ daily living expenses.

Patrick Rose "voted to explore a state income tax."

Says state Rep. Patrick Rose votes 90 percent with liberals, backed the state's largest tax increase, proposed nearly $15 billion in government spending and supported "Obama-style government-run health care system for Texas."

Recent stories featuring Jason Isaac

Jason Isaac fires off flawed "largest tax increase" claim:

Jason Isaac of Dripping Springs, the Republican challenging Democratic state Rep. Patrick Rose, calls the incumbent a "liberal thorn" in a video advertisement posted online this week. In the spot, Isaac levels charges we have not reviewed plus one we found very familiar about the "largest tax increase" in Texas history.

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