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October 24, 2019
Joacim Hernandez


Republican Ryan Krause Announces Candidacy for the Texas 15th Congressional District 


New Braunfels – Ryan Krause, a lifelong Texan, confirmed his candidacy for the 15th Congressional District in Texas at the UTRGV-Edinburg Republican Congressional Candidate Forum on Tuesday night.


“I am running for Congress because I am deeply passionate about this country and the potential in each and every American citizen,” said Krause. “I am uniquely qualified to be the right man to serve you because I have made a life of helping others to become more than they ever thought they could be and I have extensive experience in helping governments, corporations, and individuals come together to work towards the common good. It is time for district 15 to have a Representative who protects family, life, and freedom with a strong Faith.”


Ryan is a tested business leader with over twenty years of experience and has earned the respect of the top leaders in our community. Throughout his twenty-plus years of experience, he turned failing companies around, and helped businesses see success that they could have never imagined. He has created a reputation for entering businesses and creating systems and structures to take the business to the next level. He has taken individual sites of national companies from dead last to top performers. Most importantly, Ryan has helped people to accomplish goals that they didn’t think were possible. 


Krause is a Conservative who advocates for less government involvement in healthcare, protecting U.S. borders, and supporting the military. He wants to reduce the tax burden on all Americans and create social programs which empower the veteran community. Krause believes in transformational leadership which he says is changing people’s intent rather than governing their actions.

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