1415 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Congressman Sam Graves is a life long resident of Missouri’s Sixth Congressional District. As a small businessman and a sixth-generation, full-time family farmer, Sam spent his life working to make Missouri a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
In Congress, Sam serves as the Chairman of the Small Business Committee. Small businesses create 7 out of every 10 jobs in this country. It is important that our policies encourage innovators and entrepreneurs to follow their dreams and create jobs. Sam also serves on the Transportation Committee where he continues to fight for Missouri roads, rivers, bridges, rail lines and airports.
Congressman Graves was born in Tarkio, Missouri on November 7, 1963. He graduated from Tarkio High School in 1982 and attended college at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he received his degree in Agronomy from the School of Agriculture.
In 1992, Sam won his first race for State Representative. In 1994, Sam was elected as State Senator for the 12th Senatorial District and was subsequently re-elected in 1998. Sam’s leadership has not only been recognized by his constituents, but from organizations like the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Development Corporation, and the Missouri State Medical Association.
As a father, farmer, businessman, and former State legislator, Sam knows first hand the values, hopes, and beliefs of the hard-working families of the Sixth District, and will continue to work tirelessly for them in theUnited States House of Representatives. As your Congressman, Sam will continue to fight for Missouri families.
Small businesses are basically saving the job market right now via Fortune.com --> http://fortune.com/2015/02/27/small-business-jobs/
The Small Business Administrator testifies today at 2 PM. WATCH HERE: http://1.usa.gov/1DTUTFU
Ever wonder who makes the iconic Oscar trophies? An American small business! http://t.co/C4lF6dNmbh #Oscars2015
"What is true and self-evident to individual and small business taxpayers is that the federal tax code is entirely too long, complex, and riddled
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer understands the importance of small businesses in Missouri. Read more HERE: http://1.usa.gov/1GcydAe