Learn the facts about Carrie Isaac, another Republican candidate for House District 45.
If we want a victory against the Democrat in November, we have to put our best foot forward.
By Nicole Cobler, Austin-American Statesman
Posted Feb 20, 2020
A Republican candidate for the Texas House from Hays County regularly touts her leadership of a nonprofit that helps disabled veterans find work, but she has little to show for it, tax records show.
Austin nonprofit Digital Education and Work Initiative of Texas has roughly $250,000 in revenue but spent less than 1% of it — $1,200 — on veterans, according to an American-Statesman review of the nonprofit’s 2018 tax filing, the most recent available.
The group’s only other expenditure that year was $63,750 for Executive Director Carrie Isaac, one of three Republicans seeking to challenge state Rep. Erin Zwiener, D-Driftwood, in a swing district in Hays and Blanco counties.
By Cyndy Barton & Anita Miller, Hays Free Press
Posted Dec 4, 2019
Former State Representative Jason Isaac may have betrayed public trust, but likely broke no laws, in his use of campaign funds, according to an investigation of his spending after he lost a primary election in a race for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Isaac used campaign funds to pay for an Austin apartment after he lost the Republican primary in a bid for Congress.
From April through December of that year, Isaac used more than $21,000 in campaign funds to pay for the application fee, monthly rent, utilities, insurance and cable bill for an apartment home in southwest Austin adjacent to the private school his two children attend. Isaac listed the expenses as an “officeholder apartment” on campaign finance reports.