Results First! American exceptionalism on stage at #RNC Day 3

On the third night of the Republican National Convention, we heard from Republican national leadership, including Vice President Pence and the Second Lady.

Some of my favourite moments were hearing from Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, and newcomer Madison Cawthorne.

Dan Crenshaw's message was really powerful. Dan is a Republican representative from Texas and a former Navy SEAL. During my Congressional run, I was very grateful to have Congressman Crenshaw's endorsement and support. He is a huge champion of young conservatives who advocate love of country and personal responsibility.

Elise Stefanik is a Republican representative from New York, and she's such an inspiration. I was blessed to have her endorsement and support during my Congressional run. Congresswoman Stefanik is a huge supporter of women in politics and is the youngest Republican woman elected to Congress in history. Her message was about delivering results. She has done tremendous work for her home district in New York and also has been a fierce advocate for the president, defending his record of results for the American people.

I loved hearing from Madison Cawthorne. He has really made a splash on the national scene. He is the Republican nominee running for Congress in North Carolina. Madison is paralyzed from the waist down due to a life changing car accident. He is running for Congress to make a change and represents great, young, conservative leadership. His speech was about celebrating American history and standing up for freedom. If his wins in November, at the age of 25, Madison will be the youngest person ever elected to Congress.

Last night was inspirational and uplifting. We have to remember what makes America so great, and it's our love of freedom, liberty and opportunity.