Thank you for all that you do. Your success is in our prayers.
Studying conservatism over recent years and consistently remaining in-tune with our country’s conservative congressman and senators I have to share with you that one stands out to me exceptionally that I think would be an ideal fit for your Vice President nominee.
James Daniel Jordan has represented Ohio’s 4th congressional district, in the northern central portion of the state, since 2007.
Jordan received his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. While in college Jordan was a two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion. He later earned a master’s degree in education from Ohio State University, and a law degree from Capital University. Jordan worked as an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University after graduating from college.
In 1994, Jordan was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives, where he served for six years. Jordan ran for and won a seat in the Ohio Senate in 2000, serving there for six years as well. In 2006, with longtime incumbent congressman Mike Oxley (R-OH) retiring from his seat, Jordan announced his candidacy for Congress. Jordan handily won the republican primary as well as the general election.
Jordan is one of the few leaders House conservatives have and while sometimes a bad decision can lead an entire group of conservatives astray, Jordan’s steadfast conservatism is the antidote so desperately needed in a body where even Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is colloquially referred to as “conservative.” As such Jordan plays an out sized role for a Representative that is not in an official leadership position. Arguably there has not been a more instrumental conservative in the House of Representatives that is willing to stand up for conservative principles.
His candidacy would secure you the Ohio vote in the General Election, and in any states that have strong support for Cruz. Please find a his contact information below.
1524 Longworth HOB
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— Campaign Trump (@Campaign_Trump) March 17, 2016