Brat says “Let’s keep our promises.”
“From immigration to health care to spending, we have a slew of broken promises. It’s time for leaders in Washington who stand for principles, not for what’s politically expedient.
When I campaigned in 2014, I promised my constituents I would follow the Virginia Republican creed and vote according to those values when I got to Washington. I was sick of watching politicians flip-flop on issues that will affect our country’s future.
My constituents voted for me because I told them I would fight to limit the size of government and allow them to keep more of their hard-earned money. That’s why I voted “no” on the bloated omnibus spending bill that grew government spending exponentially.
That’s why I voted “yes” for the historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, knowing that I was saving my constituents money and generating economic growth for the next generation to find good jobs.”