Tea Party Express Endorses Cresent Hardy for U.S. Congress in Nevada
Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest grassroots Tea Party political action committee, is pleased to announce its endorsement of Cresent Hardy for Congress in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
Tea Party Express Co-Founder and Chief Strategist Sal Russo said, “We are excited to endorse former Congressman Cresent Hardy because he exemplifies the Tea Party principles of limited government, economic prosperity, and fiscal responsibility. Having a wealth of experience in business and public service, including as a member of Congress from 2015-2017, no one is better prepared than Cresent to go to Washington to fight for lower taxes and an economic environment that will create good jobs for Nevada families.
“A fifth generation Nevadan, Cresent Hardy grew up in a farming community and was instilled with the values of hard work and tenacity from a young age. As a small business owner, he knows how to create jobs, make a payroll, and balance a budget, believing government should operate by the same basic standards of fiscal responsibility and prudence. Cresent has applied those principles to his career in public service, including as a member of the Mesquite City Council and the Nevada State Assembly, to help bring economic prosperity to Nevada and rein in the excesses of government. That is precisely the vision we need to clean up the mess in Washington and continue growing the American economy.
“The Silver State is ground-zero in the battle for control of Congress. As Election Day nears, we can be sure the Democrats will pull out all the stops to defeat conservatives like Cresent Hardy and take us back to the economic stagnation and big government of the Obama years. The lower taxes, record low unemployment, and massive economic growth under President Trump and our Tea Party Congress don’t fit into their big-government vision for America. It is imperative that conservatives protect our majority and all the gains we have made over the past two years by electing Cresent Hardy to Congress,” Russo concluded.