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Jason Isaac

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Republican State Representative-elect for Texas House District 45, representing Blanco, Hays and Caldwell Counties

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Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

Texas: From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion

Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

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Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

Texas: From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion

Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

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