1516 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
After working as a small business owner for 27 years, Representative Mark Meadows brings a business-style approach to Washington, D.C.
From owning and selling a successful restaurant to building a development company, Mark understands what the 63.7 million people in the United States who are self-employed or work for small businesses need to grow their businesses. He believes real job creation comes from the private sector, not the federal government. Mark recognizes that regulations are stifling job growth in this country and without a budget to set spending priorities, our federal government will continue to spend beyond its means.
While serving on the Committees on Oversight and Government Reform, Foreign Affairs, and Transportation and Infrastructure, Mark will hold the government accountable, protect American citizens and interests abroad, and ensure we have a modern transportation network which meets the needs of Western North Carolina and our country as a whole.
He is dedicated to providing top-notch constituent services to North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District and committed to upholding his Christian values and conservative principles while serving in Congress.
Mark lives in Jackson County with his wife Debbie. They have two college-age children, Blake and Haley.
Incomes are stagnant. Costs are rising. For Americans, this is not a good combination. http://t.co/I068PiR9ac
Report: Federal employees under investigation have collected more than $775 million in salary alone while on leave. http://t.co/YMkWcH3Q5E
The White House's plan to circumvent Congress on an #Iran deal is reckless, dangerous & irresponsible. http://nyti.ms/1nxRbfA #NoNuclearDeal
Read my statement on the potential #Ebola crisis: http://bit.ly/1ybnLEZ
Meeting with Western North Carolina #veterans at the Vietnam War Memorial in D.C. I'm grateful for their service to our nation. #vets
We must get serious about combating #Ebola. I'm not confident that appointing another bureaucrat is the answer. http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/17/politics/ebola-czar-ron-klain/index.html?hpt=hp_t1
The FAA shut down flights to #Israel but has yet to stop flights from nations with #Ebola outbreaks. Where are the priorities? The health and