Matt McCall faced 3 of his primary opponents on the Alan Tharp radio show Saturday night. For 45 minutes on the air, and extra time off the air beyond that, the leading challengers to succeed Lamar Smith for the Texas Congressional District 21 open seat discussed healthcare, the right to life, taxes, immigration, and residency within the district.
McCall distinguished himself as the leading conservative businessman among professional politicians vying for office. He made clear his support for lowering taxes, repealing and replacing Obamacare, ending abortion, and supporting President Trump’s America First policy. McCall also distinguished himself as the only candidate on the air who lives in district 21. McCall moved into the district at 12 years old and still calls it home.Read Previous Post