Casey C. Campbell, of Rockwall, Texas, has announced his bid for the Republican nomination of Texas’ Fourth Congressional District. Following former Representative John Ratcliffe’s appointment as Director of National Intelligence, the GOP Congressional District Executive Committee will select a Republican nominee for November’s general election.
“I am uniquely qualified to represent the citizens of Northeast Texas,” Campbell says. “With roots in this district for five generations, I understand what we expect from our government. While D.C. is awash with liberal Democrats trying to rewrite our American way, I was trained and mentored by some of the best conservative minds in our nation’s history, and I have the energy, passion, and most importantly, the knowledge of how to fight back.”
Campbell is a name partner with Schell Cooley Ryan Campbell LLP. A true fiscal conservative, Campbell fights against frivolous litigation and governmental intrusion in his representation of physicians, nurses and hospitals in all matters of professional liability. With a history of achievement, Campbell was named by his peers as a Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star, and as Consumer of the Year by the Texas Nurses Association for his service to the healthcare community.
“As a partner in a small business law firm, I know how damaging the growth of government overreach has been to the small business bottom line,” Campbell says. “This growth in government has been spurred by liberal Democrats in Congress who have forgotten Americans know what’s best for themselves. It’s time to remind them, and I’m ready to do just that by rolling back government and allowing Americans to prosper when we get these professional bureaucrats out of the way. Congress needs young and energetic conservatives to counter this rising tide of liberalism. I am trained and equipped to go toe-to-toe with our opponents to preserve the small government, fiscally responsible, America we believe in.”
Campbell graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in political science from the George H.W. Bush School of Government. Following his undergraduate degree, Campbell attended Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., through the Fund for American Studies, the education branch of a conservative think tank teaching the principles of limited government, free-market economics and leadership. Campbell also worked in the office of Representative Sam Johnson, one of Texas’ most well respected conservative legislators. Campbell went on to law school where he studied under the direct instruction of conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. After earning his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Campbell moved back to Texas, and has since been a practicing trial attorney.
Campbell has refused any funding contributions for his campaign to become the Republican candidate, stating, “I don’t even want there to be the appearance that my ideas and policies are influenced by special interest. I’m self-funding my run because I truly believe in my platform, not because someone else is spending thousands of dollars for me to be the face of their message.”
The vote by the Republican party precinct and county chairs will be held August 8 in Sulphur Springs, Texas. For more information, visit https://caseyccampbell.com/.