Washington, DC - Last night, Rep. Gowdy (SC-04) joined Martha MacCallum on Fox News to discuss the House Intelligence Committee's investigation.Read More
Greenville, SC – Rep. Gowdy (SC-04) announced the winners of the 2017 Congressional Art Competition for the Fourth District of South Carolina:
Each spring, Members of Congress sponsor the nationwide Congressional Art Competition to recognize and encourage artistic creativity among high school students. Last night, Congressman Gowdy held a reception to display all submissions and announce the winners. The winner’s artwork, selected by a panel of experts, will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.
“Thank you to all of the students, parents, and teachers for participating in the 2017 Congressional Art Competition,” Rep. Gowdy said. “This is a great opportunity to recognize the creative and talented students across the Fourth District. I want to congratulate the winner, Jackson Page. His winning piece will be on display in the U.S. Capitol for one year.”
Spartanburg, SC — Rep. Trey Gowdy invites high school students in South Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District to participate in the 2017 Congressional Art Competition. The winner’s artwork, selected by a panel of experts, will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.
High school students (grades 9-12) may submit one piece of artwork. Artists should bring their submissions to either our Spartanburg or Greenville office Monday April 17 – Thursday April 20 between the hours of 9am to 5pm. Please call our office prior to arrival to ensure one of our staff members is prepared to greet you.
104 S Main St
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 241-0175
101 W St. John St
Spartanburg, SC 29302
Phone: (864) 583-3264
A reception will be held to display all submissions and announce first, second, and third places. The reception will take place at 6:00pm on Monday, April 24 at the GSP International Airport Conference Center located at 500 Aviation Parkway, Greer, SC 29651.
“Any program that encourages creativity in high school students and sparks an interest in government we believe is a great program and we’re happy to participate,” said Dave Edwards, GSP Airport District President/CEO.
Artwork must be two-dimensional and no larger than 26" × 26" × 4" including the frame. No framed piece should weigh more than 15 pounds. Artwork must be original in concept, design, and execution and may not violate any U.S. Copyright laws.
For additional questions, please call Missy House in our Spartanburg office at (864) 583-3264.
Congressman Trey Gowdy partnered with health and law enforcement officials to educate the public on the rise of human trafficking in the Upstate at a symposium Friday.
The congressman addressed a packed conference room of healthcare professionals, clergy, teachers and law enforcement, educating attendees on how to identify and report incidents of human trafficking.
Gowdy, a 4th District Republican whose district includes parts of Spartanburg and Greenville counties, said the Upstate has seen an increase in activity due to its proximity between Charlotte and Atlanta.
Last year in the Upstate, nine people were indicted and convicted on trafficking, said Shannon Piller, an investigator with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. Statewide, there were close to 50 human trafficking cases, he added.
"Those who seek to do evil are often times more creative than those of us who seek to prevent it. ... Contrary to some misconceptions, human trafficking does not require smuggling, it doesn't require you to cross a border, bring people from South or Central America into Southern Texas or California to work. It can happen right here. In fact, it has." Gowdy said, "It's here, here in increasing numbers,"Read More
Washington, DC - Last night Rep. Gowdy (SC-04) joined Tucker Carlson on Fox News to break down the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia, President Trump's wiretap allegations, government surveillance of American citizens and the unmasking of U.S. citizens. Watch the full interview below.
Greenville, SC - On Sunday morning, Rep. Gowdy appeared on Face the Nation with John Dickerson to discuss the latest on the House Intelligence Committee's investigation.
To read the full transcript, click here.Read More
Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC-04) will be hosting a telephone town hall with special guest Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) tomorrow at 5:30 PM.
Constituents living in the Fourth District of South Carolina who would like to sign up for the telephone town hall may sign up here.
NOTE: Time is subject to change depending on the House of Representatives' vote schedule. Please continue to monitor our website for updated information.
Washington, DC - Rep. Gowdy, a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), questioned FBI Director Comey during the House Intelligence Committee's hearing on Russian active measures during the 2016 election campaign. In case you missed it, watch his second round of questioning below.
Washington, DC - This morning Rep. Gowdy joined Bret Baier on America's Newsroom to preview the House Intelligence Committee's hearing on its investigation into Russian active measures during the 2016 election campaign.
Washington, DC - Rep. Gowdy, a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), questioned FBI Director Comey during the House Intelligence Committee's hearing on Russian active measures during the 2016 election campaign. In case you missed it, watch his first round of questioning below.Read More
1404 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Representing South Carolina’s 4th District, Trey Gowdy entered Congress with a resolute commitment to the conservative principles that have guided him throughout his years in public service. At the core of those principles lies a firm belief in a limited government that inspires trust and demands accountability.
Representative Gowdy serves on the House Committees on Education and the Workforce, Ethics, Judiciary, and Oversight and Government Reform. He also serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security for the Judiciary Committee. In these capacities, Representative Gowdy has fought to highlight facts, uphold the Constitution, rein in the ever-expanding scope of the federal government, and restore America’s trust with a renewed spirit of honesty, fairness and reason.
Trey graduated from Spartanburg High School in 1982, Baylor University in 1986 with a degree in history, and the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1989 where he was a member of the scholastic honor society “Order of the Wig and Robe.”
For 6 years as a federal prosecutor, Trey prosecuted the full range of federal crimes including narcotics trafficking rings, bank robberies, child pornography cases, and the murder of a federal witness. He was awarded the Postal Inspector’s Award for the successful prosecution of J. Mark Allen, one of “America’s Most Wanted” suspects. He also received the highest performance rating a federal prosecutor can receive – two years in a row.
As 7th Circuit Solicitor, Trey led an office of 25 attorneys and 65 total employees. During his tenure, he started a Violence Against Women Task Force and a Worthless Check Program, enhanced and expanded Drug Court, and implemented a Drug Mother Protocol designed to assist expectant mothers break the cycle of addiction.
He has been recognized statewide for his commitment to victim’s rights and drunken driving enforcement and nationally for excellence in death penalty prosecutions.
Trey is married to Terri Dillard Gowdy, and they have two children: Watson and Abigail. Terri works for the Spartanburg School District as a teacher’s aide. Watson is a sophomore at Clemson University and Abigail is a rising 10th grader at Spartanburg High School. The Gowdy family also includes three dogs: “Judge”, “Jury”and “Bailiff.”