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It is not enough that Republicans regain control of Congress. We need bold Republicans who will address the serious issues confronting our country. That's why I support Donald Trump for Speaker
HOUSTON, TX, January 27, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Today first responder, successful businessman and Republican Congressional candidate, Jerry Ford announced that when elected he will vote for Donald Trump for Speaker of the House.
"It is not enough that Republicans regain control of Congress. We need bold Republicans who will address the serious issues confronting our country. When Paul Ryan was Speaker, he did nothing about securing our borders and ending illegal immigration. Then there was the failure to repeal Obamacare. That's why I am going to support Donald Trump for Speaker. He doesn't talk about an issue. He takes action," said Ford.
"No one thought that gas would return to less than $2 per gallon, but Trump got it done. We cannot afford to wait until 2024. The Republican party and our nation need his strong leadership now," said Ford.
Ford is the only candidate who has pledged to vote for Trump for Speaker.
Background on Ford
Jerry Ford embodies the American spirit of working hard for success. Not only has he been a successful businessman, but he has been a first responder helping to keep our neighborhoods safe.
Jerry Ford retired from the Houston Fire Department after serving as the Assistant Fire Chief. He has also been successful in the private sector owning several businesses. He knows what it takes to sign the front of a paycheck.
Jerry has never been a person to sit on the sidelines when help is needed. He has given back to the community by being a volunteer coach, coaching Little League Baseball and Basketball for kids in Houston for over 20 years, winning a National Baseball Championship in Cooperstown, New York, in 2007.
Like so many, Jerry Ford feels that our country is going in the wrong direction, with the Progressive Democrats' socialist agenda, which has led to high inflation, open borders, and run-away crime across neighborhoods and cities.
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