Ann Wagner

Ann Wagner


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Wagner Speaks at Financial Services Subcommittee Hearing

2020-01-17 16:40:45

Wagner Speaks at Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing on Iran

2020-01-15 17:04:53

Wagner Speaks at FSC Hearing on Housing

2020-01-14 20:28:23

Wagner Speaks in Opposition to Democrat War Powers Resolution

2020-01-09 21:09:55

Wagner Speaks at Financial Services Committee Markup

2019-12-20 19:37:37

Wagner Speaks in Support of the USMCA

2019-12-19 19:08:21

Wagner Speaks at HFAC Hearing on Human Rights Challenges in China

2019-12-16 20:54:33

Wagner on Paid Parental Leave

2019-12-12 19:50:31

Paid Parental Leave Summit at the White House

2019-12-12 19:43:41

Wagner Speaks at HFAC Hearing on New START Treaty

2019-12-09 20:40:06

Wagner Questions Secretary Mnuchin at Financial Services Committee Hearing

2019-12-06 20:14:58

Wagner Speaks at Financial Services Committee Hearing on Prudential Regulators

2019-12-04 21:48:06

Wagner Speaks at Financial Services Hearing on Private Equity

2019-12-02 21:02:21

Wagner Speaks in Support of the Fostering Stable Housing Opportunities Act

2019-11-20 21:47:18

Wagner Speaks in Support of HR 3702

2019-11-18 23:10:41

Wagner Speaks on COUNTER Act

2019-11-04 20:59:37

Wagner Speaks on Women's Suffrage Centennial Commemorative Coin Act

2019-10-29 15:12:42

Wagner Speaks at House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing on Syria

2019-10-28 17:43:40

Congresswoman Ann Wagner's Floor Speech in Support of Debbie Smith Act Reauthorization

2019-10-23 18:52:53

Wagner Speaks in Support of the Corporate Transparency Act

2019-10-23 16:30:41

Contact Information

2350 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-1621

Committee Assignments

Financial Services

Foreign Affairs

Ann Wagner’s career is both deep and broad in service to her hometown, state and nation with over 30 years of work in the private sector, community and public service, and the political arena.

The 2nd District has always been home for Ann. It is where she and her husband of over thirty years, Ray, grew up, went to school, raised their children, work, volunteer, and go to church. This community has given her extraordinary opportunities to make a difference.

At an early age, Ann started working in the family business, a retail carpet store called Carpetime in Manchester. Working beside her parents she learned the value of a dollar, a strong work ethic, honesty, integrity, and that government should stay off the backs and out of the way of hard-working Americans trying to make a living.

Ann then took that experience to the University of Missouri-Columbia and received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Logistics. After college, Ann went to work in the private sector and held management positions at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City and Ralston Purina in St. Louis.

Ann’s most important jobs, however, have always been as a wife, mother, and now grandmother. Ann and Ray have three children: Raymond, an Army Captain who recently welcomed his first child, Isabella, into the world with his wife Julia; Stephen, a Client Services Manager for a St. Louis area financial management company; and Mary Ruth, a recent college graduate who moved back to the 2nd District and is working as a Business Development Coordinator.

Ann Wagner’s public service began at the grassroots level. She served for nine years as a local committeewoman in Lafayette Township and went on to Chair the Missouri Republican Party, delivering historic Republican gains. She also served as Co-Chairman of the Republican National Committee during the first term of President George W. Bush.

In 2005, following nomination by President Bush and confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Ann was sworn in as the 19th U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. She served as U.S. Ambassador for four years before returning to her home in Ballwin, Missouri.

Ann then decided to put her own name on the ballot and won her first Congressional race with over 60% of the vote, receiving more votes that election cycle than any other Republican Congressional candidate in Missouri. She took office in January of 2013 and was selected by both her freshman and sophomore class to be their representative on the Elected Leadership Committee.

As your representative from the 2nd District, Congresswoman Wagner serves as Vice Ranking Member on both the House Financial Services Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee. She has worked tirelessly to demand transparency and accountability from federal regulators, while continuing to investigate waste, fraud, and abuse. During her time in Congress, Representative Wagner has been committed to regulatory reform, authoring bills such as the Retail Investor Protection Act which protects access to retirement savings for middle class families.

Ann has made combating sex trafficking and online exploitation of women and children major legislative priorities. She authored the SAVE Act, which amended the Federal criminal code to allow prosecutions of those who knowingly advertise sex slavery, along with the Put Trafficking Victims First Act and the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA). FOSTA became law in April of 2018 and is the most significant anti-trafficking law Congress has passed in nearly 20 years, finally giving local, state, and federal prosecutors the tools they need to hold websites accountable when they profit from the sale of sex trafficking victims.

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