Roger Williams

Roger Williams

TEXAS' 25th DISTRICT

Congressman Williams Announces $117.4 Million for Fort Hood

2018/04/20

KILLEEN, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), who represents Fort Hood, one of the largest United States military installations in the world, announced that Fort Hood received $117.4 million in barracks funding for ten Rolling Pin barracks renovations.
 
"I am pleased to announce that after a concerted effort between Washington and the Fort Hood community, ‘The Great Place’ is receiving $117.4 million in barracks funding,” said Rep. Williams. “There’s nothing more important to me than the wellbeing of our servicemen and women, and this critical funding is a step in the right direction in providing for those who selflessly serve in our Army. These brave men and women put their lives on the line for our nation, and the last of their concerns should ever be the living conditions that they return to each night. I am proud to represent these soldiers in Congress and I will continue to fight on their behalf to secure additional funds for Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19) and beyond.”

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Congressman Williams: Kiss the Old Tax Code Goodbye

2018/04/17

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) released the following statement on Tuesday, the final time Americans will file their taxes using an outdated tax code:
 
"After 33 years of a broken and complex tax code, Americans are excited to say goodbye and good riddance to an archaic filing system, thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Businesses in our district and across America will continue to expand and invest back into their operations. Moms and dads will be able to take advantage of an increased child tax credit that they can save for their kids’ college fund, and the typical family of four in the 25th District of Texas will receive an average tax cut of $2,746. Next year, Americans will continue to see more jobs, fairer taxes, better wages, and less federal government in our lives.”

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Williams Statement on the Passing of Former First Lady Barbara Bush

2018/04/17

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) released the following statement in regards to the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush:

"I join my fellow Americans in mourning the loss of former First Lady Barbara Bush. She wore many titles throughout her time on this Earth - wife, mother, grandmother, literacy advocate, First Lady - but for me, her best title was simply 'proud American.'  She possessed an old-fashioned love of country and service to others. She believed that America was a great nation because of its good people, and she inspired us all to love America and to give back. Our country is better because of Mrs. Bush; she will always be missed, but she will never be forgotten."

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Come and Read It Report

2018/04/16

Dear Texans,

A week ago, President Trump and the Department of Homeland Security announced the deployment of the National Guard to the Southern Border. I have always been in favor of using any and all means necessary, including more boots on the ground, to secure our nation’s borders. As the former Secretary of State of Texas, I applaud Governor Greg Abbott's swift actions and will continue to work with the President and Congress to ensure we take additional steps to keep our citizens safe.

In case you missed it, I joined Fox Business News' Mornings with Maria last week to discuss the border. Click here or on the image below to watch.

House Leadership Update

Last week, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced he will not seek reelection this year. As Speaker of the House, Paul has served our country honorably. I appreciate his leadership in both policy and in character, and I was proud to work with him to achieve historic tax reform. I wish him well in his future aspirations and thank him for his service. You can find my full statement here.

Honoring Mark Johnson and his sister, Wendy.

I took to the House floor last Tuesday night to recognize Mark Johnson, who completed a double-Ironman from Marble Falls to Lufkin, Texas to celebrate his 50-year-old sister, Wendy, who has Down syndrome. Today, and every day, let us celebrate advocates like Mark, his sister, Wendy, and all individuals with Down syndrome and their families. You can watch by clicking here or on the image below. 

Conservative Excellence Award

The American Conservative Union (ACU) released its annual ratings for 2017, the First Session of the 115th Congress. I am proud to tell y'all that I earned ACU’s highest award of Conservative Excellence for voting to uphold conservative principles. I have always said, ‘if you vote for your district and vote with your conscience, you’ll never go wrong.’ As the representative for Texas’ 25th Congressional District, I am proud to say that I have voted and fought for each and every one of you as long as I have been in office. I look forward to continuing to fight for conservative principles that restore American freedoms and reduce big government. You can find my full release here.

University of Texas Men's Swimming and Diving Team

As the representative for the University of Texas, I had the opportunity to honor the Men’s Swimming and Diving Team on the House floor for winning the NCAA title for the fourth consecutive year. Good job Longhorns and hook 'em! Click here or below to watch.

Legislative Update

Last week: in addition to voting on 10 legislative items, I cosponsored H.R. 5280, H.R. 5369, H.R. 788 and H.R. 592.

I also participated in a Financial Services Committee hearing where we received testimony from Acting Director Mick Mulvaney on the 2018 semi-annual report of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB). To watch my questioning, click here or below.

This week: I'll participate in a full committee hearing where I'll get the opportunity to receive testimony from the Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision, the Honorable Randal Quarles. You can watch it live here.

Congressional Art Competition Update

Each spring, a nation-wide high school art competition is sponsored by the Congressional Institute. The Artistic Discovery Contest is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in the nation, as well as in our congressional district. All entries must be: original in concept, design and execution; two-dimensional; framed; and weigh no more than 15 pounds (including frame) and measure no more than 26 inches wide by 26 inches tall by 4 inches deep (including frame). Applicants must complete a release form, and submit entries by Monday, April 30, 2018. For more information on rules and how to submit, please click here.

It is an honor and privilege to represent the people of Texas’ 25th Congressional District and as always, please reach out to me with any issues and concerns that are important to you.

In God we trust,

Roger Williams

Member of Congress

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Congressman Williams Receives Conservative Excellence Award

2018/04/12

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Conservative Union (ACU) released its annual ratings for 2017, the First Session of the 115th Congress. Congressman Williams (R-Austin) earned ACU’s highest award of Conservative Excellence for voting to uphold conservative principles. Rep. Williams received a rating of 96%, and has a lifetime rating of 93%. 
 
Congressman Williams issued the following statement upon receiving the award:

“I have always said, ‘if you vote for your district and vote with your conscience, you’ll never go wrong.’ As the representative for Texas’ 25th Congressional District, I am proud to say that I have voted and fought for each and every one of you as long as I have been in office,” said Rep. Williams. “I look forward to continuing to fight for conservative principles that restore American freedoms and reduce big government.” 
 
ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp made the following comments:
 
“Conservatives are proud to call Roger a friend, and Texans are thankful to have his voice, but more importantly, his voting card in Congress,” said Chairman Schlapp. “We applaud Rep. Williams for his A+ congressional scorecard.”

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Williams Statement on Speaker Ryan Not Seeking Reelection

2018/04/11

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Williams (R-Austin) released the following statement following House Speaker Paul Ryan’s announcement that he will not seek reelection:
 
“As Speaker of the House, Paul has served our country honorably. I appreciate his leadership in both policy and in character, and I was proud to work with him to achieve historic tax reform. I wish him well in his future aspirations and thank him for his service.”

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Come and Read It Report

2018/04/09

Dear Texans,

I have spent the past two weeks crisscrossing through our great district to meet with all of you and hear your ideas and concerns that I can take back with me to Washington. I met with many small business owners and employees, school district officials, and healthcare experts - I had a great time talking about everyday issues we all face and how I can help y'all. Below are some highlights I'd like to share:

I kicked off the tour of the district in North Fort Hood where I got to meet with the men and women who serve our great nation.

I joined Americans for Prosperity for a open forum where we discussed the benefits of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in Texas' 25th Congressional District. It was great to hear from all of you about how this historic tax reform is benefitting you and your families and businesses.

I had a great time with San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenburg, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, and Bexar County Judge Jason Wolff at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Meeting - thanks for having me!

I was honored to be with our Vietnam War veterans in Lampasas. Thank you all for your selfless service to our country.

It was great being able to throw out the first pitch, along with our Vietnam War veterans at the Lake Travis High School baseball game. These vets are heroes, and it was my honor to introduce them to our community.

The security of our nation's children and teachers is a top priority. I had a very productive conversation with Johnson County school officials, safety officers, and local law enforcement to discuss my school security bill, H.R. 5107. I enjoyed their feedback and look forward to taking their ideas back with me to Washington.

Great time touring Glen Rose Medical Center and meeting with their staff to discuss rural healthcare. Thanks for having me and I will continue to fight for you in Washington!

Always good to be in Stephenville! Thanks, Fibergrate Composite Structures for taking me on a tour of your facility - it was great to discuss recent legislation, such as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and how it impacts your business.

Congressional Art Competition Update

Each spring, a nation-wide high school art competition is sponsored by the Congressional Institute. The Artistic Discovery Contest is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in the nation, as well as in our congressional district. All entries must be: original in concept, design and execution; two-dimensional; framed; and weigh no more than 15 pounds (including frame) and measure no more than 26 inches wide by 26 inches tall by 4 inches deep (including frame). Applicants must complete a release form, and submit entries by Monday, April 30, 2018. For more information on rules and how to submit, please click here.

Southern Border Update

The safety of Americans is absolutely paramount, and as a strong supporter of tougher immigration laws, I applaud President Trump and DHS’s announcement to further address our border security loopholes by deploying the National Guard to the southern border. I have always been in favor of using any and all means necessary, including more boots on the ground, to secure our nation’s borders. I will remain dedicated to working with the President and this Congress to ensure we take additional steps to combat threats to our nation and keep our citizens safe.

It is an honor and privilege to represent the people of Texas’ 25th Congressional District and as always, please reach out to me with any issues and concerns that are important to you.

In God we trust,

Roger Williams

Member of Congress

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Area communities go out of the way for Vietnam Veterans Day

2018/04/04

Scores of Vietnam veterans gathered for events commemorating Vietnam veterans on Thursday.

A National Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Breakfast was organized and hosted by Chapter 1000 of the Vietnam Veterans of America at the Harker Heights Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3892. Later in the day, the Killeen Veterans Center hosted a barbecue to properly welcome the veterans home. Both events offered Vietnam veterans an opportunity to reunite and reflect on the history of the war and veterans-related issues.

The events marked the first official National Vietnam Veterans Day since President Donald Trump signed the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017. The signing of the legislation coincides with 50th anniversary events across the nation recognizing the service and sacrifice of Vietnam-era military veterans and their families.

The breakfast recognized local military veterans for their service and featured Texas state Rep. Hugh D. Shine, a retired Army colonel, as the guest speaker. Shine’s speech to about 300 veterans and their families was sprinkled with examples of courage of soldiers who served during the conflict.

“During the war, ordinary individuals did extraordinary things,” Shine said.

The purpose of the commemorative breakfast, according to Shine, “is to say welcome home to those who served and thank you for your sacrifice to those who didn’t return.”

According to Acquanetta Pullins, president of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1000 and a retired Army sergeant first class, the organization and events like this give veterans “comradery, support and information related to military service related disabilities.”

Ret. Command Sgt. Maj. Roosevelt Huggins, of Killeen, was a “Screaming Eagle” during the war. Huggins served with 320 Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, from 1965-1967. He summed up one of the most important issues facing Vietnam-era veterans: “Two words: agent orange.” Agent orange was used during the conflict as a defoliating agent.

“Those C-123s would drop the stuff to get rid of the foliage. Exposure has led some to have respiratory problems, diabetes and prostate cancer. Coming to an event like this, you learn about the process for filing a claim and how time consuming it is.” Huggins said.

According to Killeen/Harker Heights Veterans Center director Kimberly Bayes-Bautista, events like the barbecue at Carl Levin Park in Harker Heights are important. “It’s a chance to say thank you from a grateful nation.”

Former Marine infantryman Phil Sutherland served with the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines. Sutherland, a 16-year veteran, spoke of his experience during the war.

“We were called the walking dead because we had a high casualty rate in Vietnam”, he said.

While Huggins spoke of the physical ramifications of his military service, Sutherland spoke more of the psychological toll. “The things hardest for me was the treatment of soldiers upon returning and wondering if we had an impact.”

Sutherland went back to Vietnam two years ago and said, for him, that the trip was part of how he healed himself after the war.

Sutherland described what he saw all of these years later.

“Vietnam is modern. Looks like we had an impact. I thought they loved us when I returned”, Sutherland concluded.

In Lampasas, veterans who served during the Vietnam War era were presented with certificates and pins by U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R–Austin, during a National Vietnam War Veterans Day ceremony at the Old Middle School complex.

Don Nicholas, field representative for Williams, introduced the congressman and said the ceremony was to honor Vietnam veterans.

“On the 29th of March 50 years ago, some of you were standing in the highlands and low valleys of Vietnam doing what you do best,” Nicholas said. “Today we want to recognize you and remember your service during that era.”

Williams expressed his gratitude for their valor and selfless service during an unpopular war and for their sacrifices that benefited all Americans.

“March 29th marks an important day in our country. Today, every American citizen should take the time to honor and give thanks to all our military veterans everywhere,” Williams said. “These veterans and all of you in this room today have made sacrifices that have benefited all of us.”

Williams said the Vietnam War was a period in the country’s history marked by a sharp divide that transformed the United States, but there are those who served because they truly are special.

“You are an elite group worthy of praise and regard everywhere,” Williams said. “This is a day to reflect on how lucky we are to be free and live in America.”

Williams said the United States has experienced many trials and tribulations throughout its history, but remains an exceptional country due to the sacrifices of its military veterans.

“It is because of every one of you, and every veteran who’s given everything they had to preserve the freedom of our great nation,” Williams said. “All the men and women, a minority of the American population, have made sacrifices that benefit us all. You miss holidays, you miss birthdays, you miss funerals and you miss time with your loved ones.”

Williams said these are the stories that aren’t often recounted, and the sacrifices made by men and women in the military expand beyond the dedication of their time in uniform.

“To the Vietnam veterans gathered here today, to you and your fellow soldiers, Marines, Guardsmen, sailors and airmen, (you) have transformed history,” Williams said. “Nearly 60,000 men and women, whose names are forever inscribed on the National Vietnam War Memorial, are a stark reminder of our sacrifices of the members here and around, that you’ve made to preserve the freedoms that we dearly love.”

Williams said the United States military answers the call whenever freedom is challenged and is a global force for good.

“I want to tell every veteran here today, and those not able to be here, we love you, and we thank you for all that you’ve done,” Williams said.

In addition to Williams, Texas House District 54 Rep. Scott Cosper, R-Killeen, and Lampasas Mayor Misti Talbert, were in attendance.

“Everything we appreciate today was provided by these (veterans) and too often we forget that,” Talbert said. “Lampasas loves its veterans and they’re always welcome here, and we will always make sure they get the attention they deserve.”

Williams presented commemoration certificates and a pin to more than 80 veterans or their surviving family members that commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. At least 50 Army, 13 Air Force, nine Navy, and two Marine veterans were recognized during the ceremony.

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Among the veterans being honored were three siblings. James Banks, Audra Banks and Wayne Banks all served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam war era. A fourth sibling, John Banks, also served during the Vietnam War era but was unable to attend the ceremony.

James Banks joined the U.S. Air Force as a weapons specialist in 1973 and saw combat action during Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield, before retiring as a master sergeant in 1993. Audra Banks had two stints in the Air Force beginning in 1974 and served as a jet engine mechanic on the F-4 Phantom and a leadership instructor. Wayne Banks served from 1960 to 1964 and worked as a nuclear weapons specialist during the Cuba Missile Crisis.

The siblings said their father, a career Army soldier, inspired them all to serve in the military, although for different reasons.

“I saw my dad as very hardworking, very dedicated, loved my Mom and was very respectful to people,” said James Banks.

Audra Banks said it was the regimented structure to her father’s means of getting things done that attracted her to the military.

“I liked the discipline; he was always organized, there was always a reason for why things were done, there were no questions and there was no back talk,” Audra Banks said.

Wayne Banks, the eldest sibling, said he had a simple reason for why he enlisted in the military.

“I just needed to get out of the house,” Wayne Banks said. “I have five brothers and sisters and they are all younger than I am.”

The siblings said receiving the recognition for Vietnam War veterans and veterans that served during that era was long overdue.

“I think it’s wonderful, it’s been a long time coming and we are starting to get the recognition little by little,” James Banks said. “Especially being in our hometown makes you feel really good, and having it with my brother and sister is awesome too.”

Audra Banks said she was glad Vietnam veterans were finally getting the recognition they deserved.

“Coming home after going through the things they went through was awful,” Audra Banks said. “They are finally coming back and getting the thank you that a lot of the guys missed.”

They also had words of encouragement for anyone thinking of joining the military.

“Go in, you’ll love it. My son, as an example, was like, ‘I don’t know what to do,’ goes in the Army and now has his whole life lined up,” James Banks said. “They need that dedication and discipline that kids are really missing.”

“I liked the military because it gives a young person an opportunity to stretch their wings, be on their own, but have the security of a good job and people who care about you,” Audra Banks said.

Former President Barack Obama declared March 29 Vietnam Veterans Day in 2012. In 2017, President Donald Trump signed the “Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017” into law, making the date a commemoration of Vietnam veterans every year.

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Williams Statement on Deploying National Guard to Texas Border

2018/04/04

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Congressman Williams (R-Austin) released the following statement following the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) announcement to deploy the National Guard to the southern border:

“The safety of Americans is absolutely paramount, and as a strong supporter of tougher immigration laws, I applaud President Trump and DHS’s announcement to further address our border security loopholes. I have always been in favor of using any and all means necessary, including more boots on the ground, to secure our nation’s borders. I will remain dedicated to working with the President and this Congress to ensure we take additional steps to combat threats to our nation and keep our citizens safe.” 

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Congressman Williams Announces Congressional Art Competition

2018/04/02

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Texas) today invited high school students residing in Texas’ 25th Congressional District to participate in the annual Congressional Art Competition.

Each spring, a nation-wide high school art competition is sponsored by the Congressional Institute. The Artistic Discovery Contest is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in the nation, as well as in our congressional district.

  • High school students residing in Texas' 25 Congressional District are eligible to submit one piece of artwork
  • Email an attached photo of artwork (and include dimensions) by Monday, April 30 to Evan.Blauser@mail.house.gov
  • Three winners from the 25th District will be chosen Monday, May 8
  • Winners will be sent a FedEx label to ship their artwork to Congressman Williams' Washington, DC office

All entries must be: original in concept, design and execution; two-dimensional; framed; and weigh no more than 15 pounds (including frame) and measure no more than 26 inches wide by 26 inches tall by 4 inches deep (including frame).

Entries may be:

  • Paintings – including oil, acrylics and watercolor
  • Drawings – including pastels, pencil, colored pencil, charcoal, ink and markers
  • Collages – must be two dimensional
  • Prints – including lithographs, silkscreen and block prints
  • Mixed Media – use of more than two mediums such as pencil, ink, watercolor
  • Computer Generated Art
  • Photographs

Entries must be original in concept, design, and execution and may not violate U.S. copyright laws. Any entry that has been copied from an existing photo or image (including a painting, graphic or advertisement) that was created by someone other than the student is a violation of the competition rules and will not be accepted.

Entries must be in the original medium (that is, not a scanned reproduction of a painting or drawing).

The Art Competition Release Form must be completed with each piece of art.

The Congressional Art Competition began in 1982 to provide an opportunity for members of Congress to encourage and recognize the artistic talents of their young constituents. Since then, over 650,000 high school students have been involved with the nationwide competition. Southwest Airlines offers each first-place Congressional Art Competition winner two round-trip tickets to attend the reception in June. There will be a winner’s reception held on June 27, 2018. Second and third place winning entries will be displayed in Congressman Williams' district offices. For more information, you can visit the Congressional Art Competition Website.

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Rep. Williams Joins FBN's Stu Varney to Discuss the TX National Guard at the Southern Border

2018-04-17 17:41:35


Williams Joins Mornings with Maria to discuss Syria and the Southern Border

2018-04-13 19:38:24


Congressman Williams Recognized UT Men’s Swimming and Diving Team

2018-04-12 19:42:37


Rep. Williams Questions Acting CFPB Director Mulvaney

2018-04-11 18:36:41


Congressman Williams Joins Jonathan Yates' "The Culture of Sports"

2018-04-11 15:41:05


Congressman Williams Honors Mark and Wendy Johnson on House Floor

2018-04-11 12:45:56


Rep. Williams Joins CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 to Discuss Recent Bombings in Austin

2018-03-21 20:06:24


Rep. Williams Joins Fox News' Happening Now to Discuss Austin Bombing Aftermath

2018-03-21 18:04:09


Congressman Williams Joins Fox News' The Daily Briefing to Discuss Attacks in Austin

2018-03-20 20:51:07


Congressman Williams Recognizes TX-25 Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers

2018-03-15 15:50:32


Congressman Williams Recognizes Austin, Texas as #1 Place to Live

2018-03-14 19:20:42


Williams joins Mornings with Maria to discuss sanctuary cities, tariffs, taxes and school security

2018-03-14 13:52:57


FSC Hearing with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell

2018-02-27 21:03:30


Special Order: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

2018-02-27 14:11:16


FI Subcommittee Hearing: Examining De-risking and its Effect on Access to Financial Services

2018-02-15 16:48:41


Rep. Williams Speaks in Support of H.R. 3978, the TRID Act

2018-02-14 22:33:43


Rep. Williams discusses immigration, tax reform and tariffs on Mornings with Maria FBN

2018-02-14 16:09:10


Rep. Williams Honors Somervell County Fire Department

2018-02-06 15:24:30


Congressman Williams Discusses Amtrak Crash with WFAA ABC Dallas

2018-02-01 14:43:14


Congressman Williams Discusses Amtrak Crash with Spectrum News Austin 7PM

2018-02-01 14:43:16


Contact Information

1122 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-9896
Fax 202-225-9692
williams.house.gov

Roger Williams represents the 25th District of Texas in the United States Congress, a district that stretches from Tarrant County in the North to Hays County in the South and includes much of Austin and the Texas Hill Country.

Prior to his election in November 2012, Congressman Williams served his country in a number of ways and brings a unique background to Congress. He was raised in the Fort Worth area where he graduated from high school and later played baseball at Texas Christian University.

After graduating from college, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves where he played in their farm system before an injury ended his sports career and forced him to begin his business career. He began working in the family car business and has owned and operated the business for 40 years.

Along the way, he also became involved civically and politically. He served as Regional Finance Chairman for Governor Bush in 1994 and 1998 before he went on to later serve as the North Texas Chairman for the Bush/Cheney 2000 campaign. Additionally, as well as the North Texas Finance Chairman and National Grassroots Fundraising Chairman for Bush/Cheney ’04, Inc. Williams was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2001 as the Chairman of the Republican National Finance Committee’s Eagles Program. He has also served as State Finance Chair for John Cornyn for U.S. Senate, Inc., in 2002 and as the National Director of the “Patriots” program for Senator Cornyn.

In 2005, Governor Rick Perry appointed Congressman Williams to serve as Texas Secretary of State. As Chief Election Officer for Texas, he worked to ensure the uniform application and interpretation of election laws throughout the state. The Congressman worked tirelessly to promote economic development, investment and job creation in Texas. He also served as the state’s Chief Liaison for Texas Border and Mexican Affairs as well as Chair of the state’s 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Response Strike Force.

Congressman Williams was elected to his first term in Congress on November 6th, 2012 and was selected to serve on the House Committee on the Budget, along with the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure.


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Louie Gohmert

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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

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Michael McCaul

TEXAS' 10th DISTRICT

Michael Conaway

TEXAS' 11th DISTRICT

Kay Granger

TEXAS' 12th DISTRICT

Mac Thornberry

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Randy Weber

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Bill Flores

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Jodey Arrington

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Will Hurd

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Kenny Marchant

TEXAS' 24th DISTRICT

Michael Burgess

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John Carter

TEXAS' 31st DISTRICT

Pete Sessions

TEXAS' 32nd DISTRICT

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