Cisco Businessman Jon Francis Launches Campaign for HD 60
(Cisco, TX) on Monday, Cisco businessman Jon Francis launched his campaign for Texas House District 60, the district being vacated by current Representative Mike Lang.
In announcing his campaign, Francis said, “I’m a committed conservative Republican. I’m pro-life, pro-Trump, and pro-Texas. Our district deserves a conservative outsider dedicated to advancing Republican priorities. I’ve spent a decade in the trenches fighting on behalf of conservative candidates, and working alongside leading organizations like Live Action and PragerU. My perspective gives me the insight needed to begin advancing conservative principles from day one. I look forward to traveling across District 60 and earning the votes of Republicans in our community.”
During the launch of his campaign, Francis made a commitment to only accept money from individual citizens and to refuse any donations from lobbyists or PACs.
“I am only accepting contributions from individual citizens. No lobbyists, and no PAC’s. I am an outsider, and will represent my neighbors in District 60, not Austin insiders,” Francis concluded.
Jon and his wife Jody live in Cisco and have 4 kids. They have two grown children, a daughter who is a senior at Cisco High School, and a son who attends Providence Private Academy.