Sam Johnson

Sam Johnson

TEXAS' 3rd DISTRICT

Sam Johnson Congratulates 23 Students on U.S. Service Academy Appointments

2017/05/26

 Washington, D.C. – Last weekend U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) hosted his annual Academy Appointee Send-Off Ceremony to congratulate the 23 Collin County students who received appointments to U.S. Service Academies or one of the preparatory schools this fall.    

 

“It is my honor to congratulate these young men and women who have been chosen by the prestigious United States Service Academies,” said Johnson.  “It is no easy task to receive an Academy appointment – students must excel academically and athletically over the years, and they must also contribute their time, talent, and effort to the community.  The nomination process to even be considered is competitive, and these students’ appointments prove they are the gold standard.  Seeing their commitment and love of freedom, liberty, and democracy gives me great hope that America’s best days are ahead.  I thank them for their willingness to serve our Great Nation, and I wish them the best on the endeavor they are about to undertake.”

 

Students interested in learning more about service academy applications should contact Gabriella Pate in Johnson’s Plano office at (469) 304-0382. 

 

In addition, Congressman Johnson will host a free Academy Information Session on Saturday, September 9, 2017 in Frisco with all academies represented for Third District students and families.  The session, held every fall, provides students with an opportunity to learn more about each Academy and decide if military life is for them.  Third District residents must be between the ages of 17 and 23 to be eligible to apply. 

 

Academy Appointees, Class of 2020

 

U.S. Air Force Academy

Name

School

Hometown

Rodney Belcher

Plano Senior High School

Plano

Zackary Bowden*

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney

Yujun Chow

Liberty High School

Plano

Parker Noren

U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School

McKinney

Preston Polen

Home School

Wylie

U.S. Naval Academy

Michael Hamilton

McKinney High School

McKinney

Amy Hoang

U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School

Richardson

Jun Jeon

Liberty High School

Frisco

Alexander Kramer*

Centennial High School

Frisco

Jae Hyun Lee

Texas A&M University

Frisco

Peyton Long

U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School

Plano

Edward Xiao

Allen High School

Allen

U.S. Military Academy

Joshua Brock

McKinney Christian Academy

McKinney

Madison Bryant

Marion Military Institute

Plano

Matthew Carey

Plano East Senior High School

Plano

Camden Harrison

U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School

Allen

Nico Manzonelli

Allen High School

Allen

Trajan Marchese

Plano Senior High School

Plano

U.S. MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY

Omar Calderon

Plano East Senior High School

Murphy

Alexander Ellington

Prestonwood Christian Academy

Plano

Tristan Jackson

Plano West Senior High School

Plano

Mark Thompson *

McKinney High School

McKinney

Alexander Webre

Allen High School

Allen


*Denotes acceptance to one of the academy preparatory schools. 

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Sam Johnson Statement following Successful Hernia Surgery

2017/05/25

PLANO, TX – Under doctor advisement, yesterday U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) underwent a minor surgery to address a reoccurring hernia.  After the successful surgery, Johnson released the following statement:

                                    

“I’m thankful for the expertise and care of the doctors and nurses who performed my surgery yesterday.   I look forward to a quick recovery and getting back to Washington, D.C. in June.  We have a lot of good work to accomplish over the next few months, and I’m eager to get back to it!  I thank folks for their prayers.”

 

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Sam Johnson Announces Badges of Honor Medals Event, June 27th

2017/05/25

PLANO, TX – To provide an opportunity for North Texas veterans to obtain the service medals they have earned, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) invites area veterans to attend the Badges of Honor Medals Event on Tuesday, June 27th.

 

Congressman Sam Johnson’s staff will be on hand to assist veterans with the paperwork needed to begin the service medal request process – whether the medal request is for a replacement or if it’s a request to obtain a medal for the first time.  This event is also open to children and spouses of veterans who seek to get the service medals of a family member.  

 

“Each faithful American veteran made a vow to put their life on the line to defend Freedom, and many of these brave men and women rightfully earned medals in recognition of their service,” said Johnson.  “Sadly, many veterans and their families have trouble obtaining replacement medals.  Worse, some veterans never received their earned medal.  While my staff and I have worked with folks on this issue on a case-by-case basis, not everyone knows that we offer this assistance.  That is why my staff and I are proud to host the Badges of Honor Medals Event.  Our community’s veterans deserve to receive their earned medals as a physical recognition for their sacrifice.  It is the least we can do to show our gratitude.”

 

Congressman Sam Johnson encourages veterans and their family members to come to the Plano District Office anytime between 10:00am and 3:30pm to start the service medal request process.

 

Veterans needing assistance are asked to bring a copy of their DD214 form.  In order to adhere to the Privacy Act of 1974, folks must also be prepared to sign a privacy release form.  

 

Due to limited space, please RSVP by emailing events.tx03@mail.house.gov or by calling (469) 304- 0382.

 

Tuesday, June 27th

10:00am to 3:30pm

Congressman Sam Johnson’s Office

1255 W 15th Street, Suite 170, Plano, Texas 75075

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Sam Johnson Announces High School Student Winners of 2017 Art Competition

2017/05/19

Plano, TX – U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Congressional Art Competition, “An Artistic Discovery.”  Winners were announced at the Congressman’s free annual art exhibit and awards ceremony held at the McKinney Performing Arts Center.

 

“The quality of talent in this year’s Congressional Art Competition is exceptional, and I thank all our student artists who participated and generously shared their original artwork with others,” said Johnson.  “I also want to thank our parents and teachers for investing in these students and providing these young minds an environment to think creatively and further develop their artistic skills.  I’m inspired not only by the artwork displayed, but by the support this community provides.  It’s what makes Collin County such a great place to live.  Again, I thank all our students for their hard work, and it is my pleasure to congratulate this year’s winners on their accomplishments!”    

 

The First Place winner of the 2017 Art Competition is Paris Poisso from Allen High School for her artwork, “Accession.”  Poisso’s artwork will soon travel to Washington, D.C. where it will be displayed in the United States Capitol building for one year along with other First Place winners’ artwork from across the nation.  At the awards ceremony, Southwest Airlines presented Poisso with two free tickets for roundtrip airfare to Washington, D.C. where she will attend the national 2017 Congressional Art Competition unveiling ceremony in June.

 

The Second Place winner is Ariana Kypuros from Heritage High School for her artwork, “Dog.”  As the second place winner, Kypuros’s work will be proudly displayed in Congressman Sam Johnson’s district office in Plano for one year.

 

The winner of the People’s Choice Award is Juliana Rangel from McKinney Boyd High School for her artwork, “Unselfish Sacrifice.”  Her patriotic artwork was selected for this award by a public, online poll.

 

To view all of the winning artwork from this year’s competition, please visit the Congressman’s website.

 

Full List of 2017 Art Competition Winners:

 

Place

Student

Title of Piece

School

Hometown

Teacher/Parent

1st

Paris Poisso

Accession

Allen High School

Allen

Stephanie Richards

2nd

Ariana Kypuros

Dog

Heritage High School

McKinney

Sarah Watkins

3rd

Anukriti Singh

Brilliance

Allen High School

Allen

Laura Helms

People’s Choice

Julianna Rangel

Unselfish Sacrifice

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney

Mary Woodruff

Honorable Mention

David Guo

Runner’s High

Plano West High School

Plano

Sarah Depetris

Honorable Mention

Lauren Lachausse

Girl on a Lily Pad

Prosper High School

Prosper

Judy Seay

Honorable Mention

Annette Meyer

Katie

Canyon Creek Christian Academy

Plano

Anne Blackburn

Honorable Mention

Ruben Montoya

Clouded Mind

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney

Mary Woodruff

Honorable Mention

Michelle Park

Night Statue

Heritage High School

Frisco

Sarah Watkins

Honorable Mention

Megan Petrosky

Blue Flower

Prosper High School

Prosper

Gina Mock

Honorable Mention

Cameron Seibert

Thinking of Nature

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney

Mary Woodruff

Honorable Mention

Pallavi Sridhar

Switzerland Mountain Landscape

Heritage High School

McKinney

Sarah Watkins

Honorable Mention

Benjamin Tung

Reaching Out

iSchool High STEM Academy

Plano

Steve Ko

Honorable Mention

Isabella Vivas

Isolation

Plano West High School

Plano

Sarah Depetris

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Sam Johnson Introduces Bill to Ensure IRS Provides Veterans Access to Health Care Tax Credits

2017/05/04

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) introduced the Veterans Equal Treatment Ensures Relief and Access Now (VETERAN) Act, which would cement in legislation the IRS's current practice of providing eligible veterans the choice to get financial support for a private plan in lieu of enrolling in health care provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

“Our veterans have put their lives on the line to defend freedom and our individual liberties, and they are promised affordable access to health care through the VA when they return home,” said Johnson.  “However, some veterans choose to forgo this health care option.  That’s where my VETERANS Act comes into play.  This bill would provide veterans the certainty that they will continue to have access to health care if they decide the VA isn’t the best fit for their health care needs.  I thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice to our Great Nation, and I look forward to seeing this bill swiftly signed into law.”

 

What you should know about the VETERAN Act:

  • Veterans who currently receive health care subsidies to buy private health insurance will experience no change to their current treatment under the law.
  • This measure will codify current regulation, providing a "belt and suspenders" level of protection for our veterans.

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Sam Johnson Statement on House American Health Care Act Vote

2017/05/04

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an improved version of the American Health Care Act (H.R. 1628), – the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.  Drawing upon ideas that Republicans have championed for years, the American Health Care Act was first introduced in the House in March.  To read the full bill, visit readthebill.gop.  You can also find additional information on Congressman Johnson’s website. 

 

“On this day, I think it’s important to first remember why Obamacare isn’t working,” said Johnson. “You see, Obamacare is failing – just like my fellow Republicans and I warned when it was first signed into law.  Insurers are fleeing the Obamacare exchanges, premiums are soaring, and millions of folks have chosen to forgo buying Obamacare-mandated insurance because it’s simply too expensive.  This heavy-handed government program is anything but affordable.” 

 

Johnson continued, “Since Day 1, I opposed Obamacare.  Well, now that Republicans control the House, Senate, and White House, we finally have the opportunity to repeal and replace this bad law.  The first step is passing today’s version of the American Health Care Act.  I will be the first to admit this bill is by no means perfect, but it makes great strides forward within the parameters of what we are allowed to do under budget rules so that we are able to pass the bill with a simple majority in the Senate.  As folks know, there are only 52 Senate Republicans.  I look forward to seeing the Senate’s ideas and getting the best and most conservative bill possible on President Trump’s desk soon.  Bottom line: Americans have been waiting for a repeal and replace of Obamacare for seven years.  Now is the time to help provide access for the affordable health care Americans want, need, and deserve.”    

 

The American Health Care Act:

  • Repeals the individual mandate;
  • Repeals the employer mandate;
  • Gets rid of $1 trillion in tax increases that have hurt American families and businesses from all walks of life;
  • Protects folks with pre-existing conditions;
  • Allows young adults aged 26 and younger to stay on their parents’ health care plans; and
  • Provides a monthly refundable, “advance-able” tax credit for folks who participate in the individual marketplace (not folks who receive health insurance through their employer or participate in Medicare or some other federal health program).

 

Congressman Johnson’s Second Steps to Repealing and Replacing Obamacare:

 

For Veterans:

 

Ensuring IRS Provides Veterans Equal Access to Health Care

 

Our veterans have put their lives on the line to defend freedom and our individual liberties, and they are promised affordable access to health care through the VA when they return home.  However, some veterans choose to forgo this health care option.  That is why Congressman Johnson introduced the Veterans Equal Treatment Ensures Relief and Access Now (VETERAN) Act on May 4th.  This bill would cement in legislation the IRS's current practice of providing eligible veterans the choice to get financial support for a private plan in lieu of enrolling in health care provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

For Small Businesses:

 

Expanding Access & Lowering Health Care Costs for Small Businesses

 

Due to Obamacare’s burdensome and expensive regulations, fewer and fewer American small businesses are offering health care coverage – which in turn hurts American families.  That is why Congressman Johnson reintroduced the Small Business Health Fairness Act (H.R. 1101).  This bill is a commonsense solution that would empower small businesses by allowing them to join together through association health plans (AHPs) when shopping for health care plans.  Essentially, this bill would allow them to have the same strength in numbers as large businesses and labor organizations.  This bill passed the House on March 22nd.  To learn more, CLICK HERE.

 

To read his op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, CLICK HERE.

 

To watch him on the House Floor discussing this bill, CLICK HERE.

 

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Sam Johnson Introduces Bill to Repeal Unfair Health Care Requirement for Returning-to-Work Wounded Warriors

2017/05/01

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee Chairman Sam Johnson (TX-03) introduced legislation to help wounded warriors who return to work have access to the affordable health care they deserve.  More specifically, the Health Equity and Access for Returning Troops and Servicemembers (HEARTS) Act would address an unintended consequence that affects veterans who are severely injured and qualify for disability due to their military service.   The HEARTS Act would repeal the requirement that these wounded warriors maintain – and pay for – Medicare coverage upon returning to work in order to keep access to TRICARE.

 

Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe, M.D. (TN-01) and Ranking Member Tim Walz (MN-01) joined Chairman Johnson in introducing this bipartisan bill.

 

“I know what it’s like to return home wounded after serving your country,” said Johnson.  “During my 29 years in the Air Force, I spent nearly seven years as a POW in the infamous Hanoi Hilton.  I sustained injuries including a broken back, arm, and ribs as well as a dislocated shoulder.  The fact is that every American service member willingly makes a commitment to put life and limb on the line in defense of freedom.  In return, there is the promise that when they return home, they have access to quality, affordable health care.  Unfortunately, right now many of our most seriously injured military retirees eventually lose access to their traditional, affordable TRICARE and cannot regain it for years if they return to work.  This is wrong, which is why I’m introducing the HEARTS Act along with Chairman Roe and Ranking Member Walz.  It is the least we can do for our troops and veterans who protect our Great Nation and the freedoms we hold dear.  I thank Congressmen Roe and Walz for their dedication to helping our service members, and I hope to see this bill signed into law soon.”     

 

“There is no duty more important than ensuring the men and women who have served our great nation have access to the care and services they have earned,” said Roe. “I am proud to partner with my friends, two true patriots, Chairman Sam Johnson and Ranking Member Tim Walz, to introduce important legislation to address this serious issue affecting so many. I thank my colleagues for their service and leadership, and I look forward to working with them to move the HEARTS Act through Congress.”

 

“Nothing should ever stand in the way of a veteran or wounded service member accessing the care and services they deserve,” Walz said. “I am proud to have partnered with my close friends and colleagues Chairman Sam Johnson and Chairman Phil Roe to introduce this important legislation, which will help improve timely access to affordable care for those brave men and women. The HEARTS Act serves as an example of the good we can do for those who have served when we commit ourselves to bipartisanship and remain focused on improving the lives of veterans and their families.”

 

Background:

 

When service members return home, they are eligible for TRICARE.  They may also be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (DI) due to their injuries.  If service members qualify for DI, after two years they become eligible for Medicare benefits.  When retired service members become eligible for Medicare –based on age or disability – they are no longer eligible for traditional TRICARE.  Instead, they become eligible for TRICARE for Life, which serves as a supplement to Medicare.  However, in order to retain access to TRICARE for Life, service members must enroll in Medicare Part B, which has higher premiums than TRICARE. 

 

To make matters worse, even if these wounded warriors reenter the workforce and no longer receive DI benefits, they are required to remain on Medicare for eight and a half years in order to keep access to TRICARE for Life.  Meanwhile, other individuals who may have retired from the military for medical reasons but were not severely injured enough qualify for DI can maintain their TRICARE access at standard TRICARE rates.  

 

In short, the interaction between Social Security’s disability program and the TRICARE program inadvertently ends up penalizing those wounded warriors who return to work after recovering from severe injuries.

 

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Congressional Art Competition Continues: Vote Now for 2017 People’s Choice Award

2017/05/01

PLANO, TX  U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson’s (TX-03) Congressional Art Competition continues as voting begins for the 2017 People’s Choice Award.   From now through May 5th at 5pm CST, Collin County constituents are invited to view all 95 high school students’ entries on Congressman Johnson’s website and vote for their favorite

“Thank you to all the students who submitted artwork for the 35th Annual Congressional Art Competition and for sharing your talent with our community,” said Johnson.  “To showcase their work, on May 8th I will be holding our annual Art Exhibit and Award Ceremony where our First, Second, and Third place winners as well as Honorable Mentions will be announced.  But we still need your help in selecting this year’s People’s Choice Award!  Therefore, I encourage folks to visit my website where you can check out the creativity of Collin County’s high school students – and then vote for your favorite piece!  The artist whose work receives the most online votes will receive this year’s ‘People’s Choice Award.’ This means a lot to our student artists, and I know they would all appreciate your support.  I wish all our students good luck and I thank them for participating!”

 

Art Exhibit and Award Ceremony Details:

 

McKinney Performing Arts Center

111 North Tennessee St.

McKinney, TX 75069

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

 

If you plan to attend the Art Competition Award Ceremony, please RSVP to Rachel Shallow (469-304-0382) no later than 5:00pm on May 5th.  Space is limited and spots will be given first to students, family, and art teachers.

 

 

About the Art Competition

The Congressional Art Competition is open to all high school students, whether they attend public, private, or home schools.

On May 8th, Congressman Johnson will also host an art exhibit and award ceremony to display entries and announce the First, Second, and Third Place winners, as well as the People’s Choice Award and Honorable Mentions.  The event is free and open to the public.     

The First Place winner will have the rare and unique opportunity to have their artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building for one year as part of an exhibition comprised of artwork from across the country.  The First Place winner will also win a free trip to Washington, D.C. (courtesy of Southwest Airlines) where the student will meet with Congressman Johnson and attend an award reception and exclusive unveiling ceremony for all the art competition winners nationwide.

The Second Place winner’s art will displayed in the Plano District Office for one year.

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Sam Johnson Reintroduces Bill to Stop Illegal Immigrants from Claiming Refundable Child Tax Credit

2017/04/27

Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) reintroduced his Refundable Child Tax Credit Eligibility Verification Reform Act.  The bill seeks to prevent illegal immigrants from claiming the $1,000 refundable child tax credit. 

 

“I’m pleased that, unlike former President Obama, President Trump takes our immigration laws seriously and is working to make our borders more secure,” said Johnson.  “In fact, Homeland Security Secretary Kelly announced in March that illegal immigration across the southwest border has seen a drastic decline since January.”

 

Johnson continued, “While this is good news, it’s still a reality that illegal immigration can put large financial burdens on taxpayers – including public education, welfare, and benefits.  One such benefit is the Refundable Child Tax Credit.  You see, right now the IRS doesn’t require Social Security numbers for this credit.  The Inspector General said that as a result, illegal immigrants can get thousands of dollars from the IRS.  It’s no surprise that it also encourages more illegals to come here.  To stop this credit abuse, my bill requires individuals to provide their Social Security numbers if they want to claim this tax credit.  This is commonsense bill passed by the House before, and it’s something hardworking, taxpaying Americans want, need, and deserve.”

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Sam Johnson Welcomes Guest Chaplain, Pastor Melissa Hatch from The Mission, Prosper United Methodist Church

2017/04/27

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Melissa Hatch, Lead Pastor at Prosper United Methodist Church’s The Mission, served as Guest Chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives under the recommendation of U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03). 

 

Every Congress, each Member of Congress is invited to recommend one pastoral leader to deliver the opening prayer at the start of that day’s House Floor session. 

 

After the conclusion of Pastor’s Hatch’s prayer, Rep. Johnson released the following statement:

 

It’s an honor and a privilege to have Pastor Hatch lead the prayer in the House today on behalf of the Third District.  It is moments like this that remind us how blessed we are to live in a country with freedom of religion.  When I was a POW for nearly seven years, I lived without this freedom, and my buddies and I were brutally punished when we worshipped God against camp rules.  To be on American soil at the United States Capitol – the home of our democracy – and to welcome one of our local pastors is a blessing I could not have imagined in that solitary cell.  So I thank Pastor Hatch for opening our session with such thoughtful words of prayer.  Her leadership is truly a reflection of Christ’s love.  May we all strive to daily serve our community and country with compassion and humility.  God bless you and God bless America.  I salute you.

 

Transcript of Pastor Melissa Hatch’s prayer:

 

Almighty and Gracious God, today we are grateful for Your guidance and Your presence in our lives.  We humbly follow Your lead and direction.  When our own decisions seem too difficult to navigate, help us to turn to the One who never slumbers nor sleeps.  When we are impatient for decisions, help us to wait upon You for the right way to go.  Strengthen us for the work that You have called us to do.  Help us to work together for the common good, and reach across lines to be Your hands and feet in a world that desperately needs You.  And when times and situations seem uncertain, help us cling to the hope that we find in You.  And in the words of Micah 6:8, help us to “act justly, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God.”  We pray all of this in Your mighty name, Amen.

 

 

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Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-4201
Fax 202-225-1485
samjohnson.house.gov

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Sam Johnson, a decorated war hero and native Texan, ranks among the few Members of Congress to fight in combat. During his 29-year career in the U.S. Air Force, Representative Johnson flew combat missions in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He endured nearly seven years as a Prisoner of War in Hanoi, including 42 months in solitary confinement. Following his distinguished military career, Sam established a home-building business in North Dallas from scratch and served in the Texas State legislature.

Sam holds a House leadership role as one of the few Deputy Whips (vote counters). He is a member of the House Committee on Ways and Means where he serves as the Chairman of the Social Security Subcommittee and sits on the Health Subcommittee. In the 112th Congress, House leaders appointed Sam to the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT).

Sam uses his committee assignments to benefit the Third District. Sam’s tenure and long-standing relationships give his constituents direct access to top congressional leaders.

A fiscal hawk and constitutional conservative who advocates lower taxes and smaller government, Sam has proven himself as a respected leader with a rock-solid record.

In 2011, the renowned bipartisan publication, National Journal, named Sam the most conservative Member of Congress based solely on his voting record, meaning he voted against Nancy Pelosi and President Obama’s big government, failed stimulus agenda at every turn.

In 2009, Sam’s peers recognized him as the “most admired” Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition, in 2009 the prestigious Congressional Medal of Honor Society bestowed Sam their highest civilian accolade, the National Patriot Award, for his tireless work on behalf of the troops, veterans, and freedom.

In 2011, Sam accepted the “Freedom of Flight” award at the Living Legends of Aviation Awards, dubbed the Oscars of aviation, from renowned air show pilot Bob Hoover.

Sam serves as a Regent for the world famous Smithsonian Institution, where he represents the Board of Regents on the Advisory Board of the National Air and Space Museum.

Sam chronicles his POW experience in solitary confinement in his autobiography, Captive Warriors. The book details the stories of the self-named “Alcatraz Gang,” including great American patriots, such as Jeremiah Denton and Jim Stockdale.

A decorated combat veteran and war hero, Sam was awarded two Silver Stars, two Legions of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross, one Bronze Star with Valor, two Purple Hearts, four Air Medals, and three Outstanding Unit Awards.

Sam Johnson is married to the former Shirley L. Melton of Dallas. They are proud parents of three children and grandparents to ten.


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Louie Gohmert

TEXAS' 1st DISTRICT

Ted Poe

TEXAS' 2nd DISTRICT

John Ratcliffe

TEXAS' 4th DISTRICT

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

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Jodey Arrington

TEXAS' 19th DISTRICT

Lamar Smith

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Pete Olson

TEXAS' 22nd DISTRICT

Will Hurd

TEXAS' 23rd DISTRICT

Kenny Marchant

TEXAS' 24th DISTRICT

Roger Williams

TEXAS' 25th DISTRICT

Michael Burgess

TEXAS' 26th DISTRICT

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TEXAS' 27th DISTRICT

John Carter

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Pete Sessions

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