Pete Sessions

Pete Sessions

TEXAS' 32nd DISTRICT

Sessions Responds to Democrats' Publicity Stunt

2016/06/24

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX-32), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today released the following statement in response to the Democrats’ dilatory tactics to obstruct the work in the people’s House this week: 
 
“It is important that the American people recognize what went on yesterday for what it is – what happened on the House floor was a culmination of the House Democrats’ frustration that their dreams of a liberal socialist utopia have failed.  After eight years of Barack Obama’s attempts to make America look like his hometown of Chicago, House Democrats are disillusioned and want to double down on their floundering agenda.  
 
“Eight years ago, Democrats pinned their hopes on an international rock star who promised hope, change, and an America that looked vastly different than it ever had before.  Eight years later, Democrats look around and see how their failures have caused a race to the bottom. They see an America where the economy is sputtering, where job growth is negligible, where health care costs are rising rapidly, where our border remains porous, and where America’s allies no longer trust us and our foes no longer fear us.  Instead of working to stop radical Islamic terrorism, the president and his party have left the American people more fearful and less safe.  
 
“This helps explain why House Democrats channeled their frustration in an unprecedented fashion.  After two election cycles in which their membership has continued to dwindle, Democrats attempted to seize power where they have very little.  Instead of following 228 years of institutional decorum and decency, Democrats marched to the floor, surrounded the microphones, and demanded a vote on tired old ideas that would do nothing to solve the issue of gun violence perpetuated by Islamic jihadists like the one who attacked Orlando.  
 
“The American people can see through stunts like this.  The Republican majority has a responsibility to govern, and we will continue to govern no matter how disillusioned House Democrats remain.  I will not fall victim to the tyrannical antics of the minority.  Instead, Republicans should stick to our common sense ideas consistent with the rule of law that will keep the American people safe.”

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Sessions Statement on the United States v. Texas Ruling

2016/06/23

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX-32), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today released the following statement applauding the Supreme Court’s ruling in the United States v. Texas case:
 
“Today's judgment confirms what Republicans have been saying since President Obama announced his lawless executive amnesty plan - his actions were unwise, unlawful, and - most importantly - unconstitutional.  The Supreme Court’s decision to affirm the ruling that halted the President’s blatant abuse of executive authority is a major victory for Article I of the Constitution, the rule of law, and the American people."  

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The Hill Report: Week of June 13 - 17, 2016

2016/06/20

Since President Obama took office we have seen the size and scope of government grow at an alarming rate. Spending in Washington is out of control, unelected bureaucrats are making uninformed decisions that directly impact the day-to-day lives of Americans and this administration continues to work under the impression that more government and more bureaucracy is the answer. The President has systematically worked around Congressional intent and the rule of law to achieve his goals.


Click here to watch Congressman Sessions remarks at the Article I Task Force Rollout


House Republicans recognize that the biggest threat to our freedom is a big federal government and that is why we have been working to make the House more efficient and more effective. This task force has diligently worked to produce common sense solutions to reestablish and enforce limits on agency authority, reform the rulemaking process, exercise the power of the purse and increase oversight of the executive branch. While there are no silver bullets, I believe if we work together as a team to resolve these issues we will be able to effectively restore the balance of power and reassert our constitutional role to better serve the American people.

House Republicans Work to Fund our Military 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2017 
We are living in a world where ISIS is on the rise and radical Islamist terrorists will stop at nothing to destroy our freedom and way of life. Now more than ever it is of the utmost importance that our national defense has the resources necessary to protect Americans both at home and abroad. Providing for a strong military is one of my highest priorities, and I am pleased that the House passed the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2017 to responsibly funds our nation’s armed forces and uses taxpayer dollars wisely without jeopardizing the safety, security or success of our troops and their families. 
 
During consideration of this bill, I went to the floor of the House to fight for passage of an amendment offered by my friend Congressman Paul Gosar from Arizona. This amendment ensures that the Obama Administration cannot implement their unconstitutional memo expanding the “Military Accessions Vital to National Interest” program to recipients of “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” (DACA), in clear violation of Congressional intent. The Gosar Amendment preserves the integrity of a military pilot program that allows lawful immigrants and lawful nonimmigrants to receive citizenship for their service. We must ensure that Congressional intent is always protected and executed in accordance with the will of the people. The purpose of the program is too important to be exploited by those who have a clear political agenda. Immigration policy should be debated in the halls of Congress, not written in an agency behind closed doors. If we do not uphold and enforce the rule of law, we do a disservice to the immigrants and permanent residents who made tremendous sacrifices to enter our country through legal channels- and those who are still waiting to receive citizenship.


Congressman Sessions on the House Floor voicing his support for Congressman Gosar's amendment. Click here to watch.

Congressman Gosar and I were joined by Congressman Steve King from Iowa in our fight to pass this amendment. Although the amendment failed by a vote of 210-211, we will continue to fight again the President’s amnesty agenda at every opportunity. 

Meetings with Texans 
Texas Electric Cooperative 
I was delighted to host a young lady, Miss Richa Patek, from North Texas, the winner of a writing contest sponsored by the Farmers Electric Cooperative. It is always wonderful to see bright young individuals entering college with such a passion for education and especially learning opportunities in the energy field. I look forward to seeing the wonderful accomplishments she will have in the future.

Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 
On Tuesday I had the opportunity to meet with a family who owns and operates an ambulatory surgical center in Dallas. They provide life-saving services for individuals at affordable costs and I will continue to support groups such as they serve our communities. I look forward to working with them on the issues facing surgeons today.


Congressman Sessions with Susan Stroman Cheek and Rick Cheek with the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

Global Down Syndrome 
This week Global Down Syndrome allowed me the distinct honor to give their closing remarks at a briefing for Capitol Hill Members and friends. They discussed the great strides we are making in both Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease research by finding correlations between the two populations. I could not be more excited about the collaboration between the two research groups at the Linda Crnic Institute. Their research will change not only the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome – such as my son – but also patients and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s Disease.


Congressman Sessions with Global Down Syndrome advocates

Airline Pilots Association 
On Tuesday I was delighted to meet with North Texans representing the Air Line Pilots Association. As the world’s largest pilots association, the ALPA represents over 53,000 pilots working for over 30 different airlines. Specifically, the ALPA works to promote and champion all aspects of the American aviation industry with all members of the federal aviation community, including Congress and the related executive agencies. In our meeting we discussed an important piece of legislation, H.R. 5090, that would direct the Department of Transportation to require foreign airlines to meet the safety standards agreed to in U.S. air transport agreements before allowing them to operate in the United States. Ultimately, while I support free enterprise and competition, I place a much higher value on the safety and quality of our nation’s air transportation system and will continue to support the ALPA in their fight for safety and accountability. 


Congressman Sessions with Charlotte Voisinet and Chris Cooper 

Dallas Safari Club 
On Wednesday I met with the Dallas Safari Club to receive an update on their continued actions to protect, conserve, and enjoy wildlife and wilderness lands across our country. Specifically, I was delighted to hear that the DSC was recently formally admitted as a new member of the United Nations’ International Union for the Conservation of Nature, the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization. As the leading international authority on both the environment and sustainable development, the IUCN is a neutral forum for governments, non-government organizations, scientists, businesses and local communities to find practical solutions to conservation and development challenges. As Congress continues to address environmental policy, I look forward to working with my colleagues and the DSC as a partner to find effective solutions to address the challenges threatening wildlife and the environment.


Congressman Sessions with Chairman Lance "Bawana" Phillips

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House Republicans Unveil Bold Agenda to Restore Balance of Powers, Reassert Congress' Unique Constitutional Role

2016/06/16

 

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, as a member of the Article I Task Force, released the following statement regarding the task force’s bold agenda to restore the balance of powers and reassert Congress’ unique constitutional role:
 
“Since President Obama took office we have seen the size and scope of government grow at an alarming rate. Spending in Washington is out of control, unelected bureaucrats are making uninformed decisions that directly impact the day-to-day lives of Americans and this administration continues to work under the impression that more government and more bureaucracy is the answer. The President has systematically worked around Congressional intent and the rule of law to achieve his goals.
 
"House Republicans recognize that the biggest threat to our freedom is a big federal government and that is why we have been working to make the House more efficient and more effective. This task force has diligently worked to produce common sense solutions to reestablish and enforce limits on agency authority, reform the rulemaking process, exercise the power of the purse and increase oversight of the executive branch. While there are no silver bullets, I believe if we work together as a team to resolve these issues we will be able to effectively restore the balance of power and reassert our constitutional role to better serve the American people.”


For more information about A Better Way and to read the Task Force on Restoring Constitutional Authority's plan, click here.
 

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Sessions Supports Bill to Provide for Strong Military

2016/06/16

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today issued the following statement on the House’s passage of a bill to provide funding for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2017:
 
“We are living in a world where ISIS is on the rise and radical Islamist terrorists will stop at nothing to destroy our freedom and way of life. Now more than ever it is of the utmost importance that our national defense has the resources necessary to protect Americans both at home and abroad. Providing for a strong military is one of my highest priorities, and I am pleased that this bill responsibly funds our nation’s armed forces and uses taxpayer dollars wisely without jeopardizing the safety, security or success of our troops and their families. 
 
“As chairman of the House Rules Committee, I remain committed to maintaining a fair and open process to provide members with the opportunity to engage in robust debate on these important issues. I’m pleased that the committee received 105 amendments and made 75 of them in order. The process made sure that members of the House had the opportunity to thoughtfully discuss a number of issues facing our military and national security. I applaud the passage of this bill and I will continue to work with my House colleagues to prioritize good policy over politics and do what is best for the American people.”

 
For more information on H.R. 5293, the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2017, click here.


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The Hill Report: Week of June 6 - 10, 2016

2016/06/13

This week I was honored to join my colleagues in welcoming Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to the United States Capitol to hear his remarks on the deep ties and relationship between the United States and India. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi and his commitment to free marketplace ideals, the relationship between the world’s oldest democracy, the United States, and the world’s largest democracy, India, has continued to grow and flourish. Since 2014, the Prime Minister has been a shining example of what a real leader can accomplish with a pro-growth agenda – robust job creation and a prosperous economy. Last quarter, India reported 7.6 percent GDP growth, making it the fastest growing economy in the word. As two of the world’s largest democracies, it is of the utmost importance that we embrace the common bonds between our two great nations to take advantage of 21st century economic opportunities that foster job creation and encourage economic growth. I was delighted to attend this historic address and welcome my friend Prime Minister Modi to the Capitol. It is my hope that his joint address to Congress only serves to further illustrate the United States admiration and commitment as strategic partners to the Indian people.

Meetings with Texans
Concerned Women for America
This week I had the pleasure of meeting with the Texas Director and other key representatives of Concerned Women for America (CWA). They work tirelessly to educate, pray, and act on behalf of citizens across North Texas and our great state. Earlier this month, I worked closely with CWA to defeat efforts to require our wives, daughters, and granddaughters to register for the selective service. It was an honor to learn more about their goals in Texas and I’m thrilled by the news that CWA will soon have a Dallas Chapter.

Historic Tax Credit Coalition
Preservation Dallas and fellow members of the Historic Tax Credit Coalition are undergoing important work to stimulate economic growth and preserve our architectural heritage in North Texas. I am a proud cosponsor  of H.R. 3846, the Historic Tax Credit Improvement Act because it has proven its effectiveness in attracting new private capital to the historic cores of cities and Main Streets across Texas and the nation. This investment has, in turn, enhanced property values, created jobs, generated local, state and federal tax revenues, and revitalized communities. H.R. 3864 is a key tenant of the partnership between federal, state, local, and city governments and I’m committed to working toward its passage.

House Passed Legislation
Implementing Long Term Economic Reforms in Puerto Rico
As a result of the Puerto Rican government’s inefficient and irresponsible financial decisions, the island has amassed more than $118 billion in debt and is on the brink of a full scale economic collapse. On May 2, 2016, Puerto Rico defaulted on a portion of their debt and is expected to default on an additional $2 billion on July 1. If Congress does not act, American taxpayers will be called upon to carry the brunt of this debt while the island spirals further and further into bankruptcy.

This week under the conservative leadership of Chairman Rob Bishop, Congressman Sean Duffy, and Congressman Raul Labrador, the House passed a responsible and workable solution that makes fundamental changes to the current structure that allowed this gross financial mismanagement to occur. H.R. 5278, the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) establishes an oversight board to ensure the Puerto Rican government institutes long-term, effective economic reforms. This plan will restore the rule of law, protect the lawful rights of the island’s investors, and ensure that no taxpayer dollars will be used to bailout Puerto Rico or pay down their debt. I proudly supported this common sense solution and I urge my colleagues in the Senate to act swiftly on this legislation so we can put Puerto Rico on the path towards solvency and ultimately, economic prosperity.

Legislative Branch Appropriations
As a Member of Congress, I see firsthand the hard work that goes into effectively representing American citizens through the legislative branch, and the House today acted to efficiently fund these operations. In all, funding for the House of Representatives has been reduced by 14% since Republicans gained its control in January 2011. The legislation provides important funding for the Capitol Police, the brave men and women that keep all visitors to the United States Capitol safe. This fiscally-conservative bill also provides the resources necessary to fund the Library of Congress, Congressional Budget Office, U.S. Copyright Office and Government Accountability Office to ensure important legislative information continues to be publicly available. The Capitol grounds themselves are a historical and significant symbol of freedom and democracy, and I was happy to support funding to maintain their preservation.

Fighting Against the President’s Onerous Regulations
The President’s proposals to increase taxes on oil and implement a tax on carbon are a direct attack on American energy, families and businesses. His proposals would effectively double the current federal tax on gas, increase energy prices and force companies in the oil, gas and coal industries to cut thousands of jobs. More regulations and higher taxes will only make life harder for all Americans and I refuse to let the President put his liberal agenda before American families and businesses. Click here to learn more about the resolutions passed by the House to defeat the President’s liberal assault on energy and American families.

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Sessions Votes to Reduce Legislative Branch Spending, Fund Capitol Police

2016/06/11

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today issued the following statement on the House’s passage of a bill making appropriations for the legislative branch for fiscal year 2017:

“As a Member of Congress, I see firsthand the hard work that goes into effectively representing American citizens through the legislative branch, and the House today acted to efficiently fund these operations. In all, funding for the House of Representatives has been reduced by 14% since Republicans gained its control in January 2011. The legislation provides important funding for the Capitol Police, the brave men and women that keep all visitors to the United States Capitol safe. This fiscally-conservative bill also provides the resources necessary to fund the Library of Congress, Congressional Budget Office, U.S. Copyright Office and Government Accountability Office to ensure important legislative information continues to be publicly available. The Capitol grounds themselves are a historical and significant symbol of freedom and democracy, and I was happy to support funding to maintain their preservation.”

For more information on H.R. 5325, Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2017, click here.

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Sessions Fights Against Obama’s Attack on American Families

2016/06/11

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today issued the following statement on the House’s adoption of two resolutions; H. Con. Res. 89, expressing a carbon tax would be detrimental to American families and businesses, and is not in the best interest of the United States and H. Con. Res. 112, expressing the sense of Congress that a new tax should not be placed on oil, and in considering future policy, Congress should carefully review the detrimental impacts of placing any new taxes on any industry that has seen a slash in jobs, revenue, and production:
 
"The President’s proposals to increase taxes on oil and implement a tax on carbon are a direct attack on American energy, families and businesses. His proposals would effectively double the current federal tax on gas, increase energy prices and force companies in the oil, gas and coal industries to cut thousands of jobs. More regulations and higher taxes will only make life harder for all Americans and I refuse to let the President put his liberal agenda before American families and businesses."

For more information on H. Con. Res. 89, Expressing the Sense of Congress that a Carbon Tax would be Detrimental to the U.S. Economy, click here. For more information on H. Con. Res. 112, Opposing the President’s $10 Per Barrel Tax on Oil, click here.
 

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Sessions Supports Puerto Rico Bill to Ensure NO Taxpayer Dollars are Used for Bailout

2016/06/09

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today issued the following statement on the House’s passage of a H.R. 5278, the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act:

“As a result of the Puerto Rican government’s inefficient and irresponsible financial decisions, the island has amassed more than $118 billion in debt and is on the brink of a full scale economic collapse. On May 2, 2016, Puerto Rico defaulted on a portion of their debt and is expected to default on an additional $2 billion on July 1. If Congress does not act, American taxpayers will be called upon to carry the brunt of this debt while the island spirals further and further into bankruptcy.

“Today, under the conservative leadership of Chairman Rob Bishop, Congressman Sean Duffy, and Congressman Raul Labrador, the House passed a responsible and workable solution that makes fundamental changes to the current structure that allowed this gross financial mismanagement to occur. H.R. 5278, the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) establishes an oversight board to ensure the Puerto Rican government institutes long-term, effective economic reforms. This plan will restore the rule of law, protect the lawful rights of the island’s investors, and ensure that no taxpayer dollars will be used to bailout Puerto Rico or pay down their debt. I proudly supported this common sense solution and I urge my colleagues in the Senate to act swiftly on this legislation so we can put Puerto Rico on the path towards solvency and ultimately, economic prosperity.” 

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Sessions Applauds Passage of Ozone Standards Implementation Act

2016/06/09

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Rules Committee, today issued the following statement on the House’s passage of a bill to facilitate efficient State implementation of ground-level ozone standards:

“In 2008 the EPA set updated ozone standards, yet did not publish its implementing regulations until nearly seven years later in March 2015. Later that year in October 2015, the EPA announced another new standard, forcing states to implement overlapping and stringent new standards simultaneously. Ozone levels have decreased nearly one-third since 1980, and continue to trend downward. Regulations can prove to be costly and burdensome to hard working Americans just trying to get their job done, and I continue to fight for common sense solutions to this problem. This important piece of legislation gives states a realistic timeframe to implement requirements and provides for them to do so in an efficient manner, and I applaud its passage.”

To learn more about H.R. 4775, Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2016, click here.


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Congressman Sessions on FOX 4 responding to the Supreme Court's decision on executive amnesty

2016-06-24 21:01:11


Congressman Sessions speaking in support of H.R. 5525, End Taxpayer Funded Cell Phones Act of 2015

2016-06-21 18:41:47


Congressman Sessions Fights to Reassert Congress' Unique Constitutional Role

2016-06-17 20:38:25


Congressman Sessions supporting Congressman Gosar's amendment to block backdoor amnesty

2016-06-17 13:39:37


Congressman Sessions on Lone Star Politics discussing his new healthcare bill

2016-05-22 14:21:24


Congressman Sessions bolsters the House's efforts to fight against the opioid epidemic

2016-05-12 15:00:07


Congressman Sessions highlighting successful startups in Dallas

2016-04-28 14:04:46


Congressman Sessions fighting to rein in the IRS' irresponsible hiring practices

2016-04-21 14:36:37


Congressman Sessions delivering the commencement speech atTexas State University

2016-04-06 17:14:41


Congressman Pete Sessions discussing his trip to the border on NBC-5 Lone Star Politics

2016-01-31 18:14:46


Congressman Sessions on Lone Star Politics discussing his race for Majority Whip

2015-10-05 16:26:36


Congressman Sessions managing the rule for the legislation related to the Iran Nuclear Deal.

2015-09-10 20:51:58


What TPA is, and what it is not

2015-06-26 21:07:44


Congressman Sessions managing the rule for Trade Promotion Authority

2015-06-19 18:02:13


Congressman Sessions managing the rule for the Trade

2015-06-12 00:31:22


Chairman Paul Ryan applauds Congressman Sessions' work on TPA

2015-06-10 21:50:49


Congressman Sessions with Congresswoman Maloney on Morning Joe to discuss breast cancer awareness

2015-06-09 16:08:32


Congressman Sessions discussing how TPA will lead to more jobs for Texans

2015-06-04 21:38:43


Congressman Sessions introducing an amendment to cut wasteful spending in Amtrak

2015-06-04 21:14:51


Congressman Sessions offering an amendment to cut millions of dollars of wasteful spending

2015-06-04 18:34:31


Contact Information

2233 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-2231
Fax 202-225-5878
sessions.house.gov

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A conservative community leader, United States Congressman Pete Sessions has combined hard work, innovative thinking, and common-sense principles to successfully represent the 32nd Congressional District of Texas.

Congressman Sessions was born on March 22, 1955 and grew up in Waco, Texas.  He graduated from Churchill High School in San Antonio and went on to graduate from Southwestern University in 1978, where he now serves on the Board of Trustees. He worked for then-Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for 16 years, retiring as District Manager for Marketing in Dallas. As a businessman, he served as Chairman of the Northeast Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

Thanks to this private sector experience, Congressman Sessions understands the need to fight bureaucracy and to utilize market-driven solutions to effectively solve problems in our communities and in government.

In 1996, the people of Dallas and the 5th Congressional District sent Congressman Sessions to Washington, DC to represent them in the United States House of Representatives. In 2002, Congressman Sessions began representing the 32nd Congressional District, created from redistricting. In 2012, the people of the 32nd Congressional District called him back to Congress for his ninth term.

Congressman Sessions is a stalwart defender of U.S. homeland and national security interests, as well as the men and women who defend them. As the parent of a child with Down syndrome, he is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities. Congressman Sessions also believes that taxpayers deserve results from their government, and he has pursued common-sense, market-based reforms to help government operate more efficiently.

Congressman Sessions pursues his goals on these and other issues through his work on various Congressional committees and caucuses. He serves as the Chairman of the powerful House Committee on Rules, which is best known for its role as the legislative gatekeeper. In 2008 and 2010, he was elected by the House Republican Conference as Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.

Congressman Sessions is an Eagle Scout and a former Scout Master for 13 Eagle Scouts. He is a recipient of the National Distinguished Eagle Scout Award and is a member of both the National Eagle Scout Association’s national committee and the Executive Board of the Circle Ten Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Congressman Sessions is married to Karen Sessions.  He is the proud father of two sons, Bill and Alex, and three stepsons, Conor, Liam and Nicholas. Congressman Sessions resides in Dallas, Texas and continues to be active in his community where he is an Adopt-A-Shoreline Team Leader in the effort to maintain White Rock Lake in Dallas and an Advisor to the President of Special Olympics Texas.


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Ted Poe

TEXAS' 2nd DISTRICT

Sam Johnson

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John Ratcliffe

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Jeb Hensarling

TEXAS' 5th DISTRICT

Joe Barton

TEXAS' 6th DISTRICT

John Culberson

TEXAS' 7th DISTRICT

Kevin Brady

TEXAS' 8th DISTRICT

Michael McCaul

TEXAS' 10th DISTRICT

Michael Conaway

TEXAS' 11th DISTRICT

Kay Granger

TEXAS' 12th DISTRICT

Mac Thornberry

TEXAS' 13th DISTRICT

Randy Weber

TEXAS' 14th DISTRICT

Bill Flores

TEXAS' 17th DISTRICT

Randy Neugebauer

TEXAS' 19th DISTRICT

Lamar Smith

TEXAS' 21st DISTRICT

Pete Olson

TEXAS' 22nd DISTRICT

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Kenny Marchant

TEXAS' 24th DISTRICT

Roger Williams

TEXAS' 25th DISTRICT

Michael Burgess

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TEXAS' 27th DISTRICT

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