Sam Johnson

Sam Johnson

TEXAS' 3rd DISTRICT

Sam Johnson Statement on House Passage of Tax Reform Bill

2017/11/16

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed its tax reform bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1).  After the vote, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) released the following statement:

American families need tax relief that rewards their hard work and boosts the economy through pro-growth business reforms.  I’m encouraged that today’s bill works toward that goal by making the tax code simpler and fairer.  I’m also glad to see some of my commonsense bills included in the legislation.  As Congress takes the next steps toward tax reform, I will continue to do everything I can to make tax reform the best it can be – reform that works for the middle class. Reforming America’s complicated and broken tax code is too important to not get right.

The following legislation introduced by Congressman Johnson is included in the tax reform bill:

  • Refundable Child Tax Credit Eligibility Verification Reform Act (H.R. 2149).  This bill would prevent illegal immigrants from getting the refundable portion of the Child Tax Credit by requiring individuals to provide work-eligible Social Security numbers when claiming the credit.
  • EITC Eligibility Verification Act (H.R. 3483). This bill would stop individuals who are not authorized to work in the U.S. from claiming the earned income tax credit (EITC). Specifically, it would require individuals claiming the EITC to provide a work-eligible Social Security number.
  • Savings Enhancement by Alleviating Leakage in 401(k) Savings Act (H.R. 2030). The SEAL Act would provide an extended repayment period for individuals who take out loans from their 401(k)s and later leave their jobs. Individuals would have until the tax filing deadline instead of only 60 days. Moreover, this bill would allow workers who happen to take hardship withdrawals to continue saving for retirement.

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Sam Johnson Statement on Tax Reform Bill

2017/11/02

 WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the tax reform bill released today by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (TX-08), U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03), a senior Committee Member, made the following statement:

 

America’s complicated and broken tax code is hurting our economy and, in turn, American families.  That’s why I’ve long said we need a simpler tax code that rewards hard work.  I’m encouraged to see that the bill introduced today would provide tax relief for working families and the middle class as well as much-needed pro-growth business reforms. I’m also encouraged to see some of my commonsense bills included in the legislation.  I look forward to taking the next step toward tax reform, and I will continue to do everything I can to make this bill the best it can be. Reforming America’s complicated and broken tax code is too important to not get right.

 

The following legislation introduced by Congressman Johnson is included in the tax reform bill:

  • Refundable Child Tax Credit Eligibility Verification Reform Act (H.R. 2149).  This bill would prevent illegal immigrants from getting the refundable portion of the Child Tax Credit by requiring individuals to provide work-eligible Social Security numbers when claiming the credit.
  • EITC Eligibility Verification Act (H.R. 3483). This bill would stop individuals who are not authorized to work in the U.S. from claiming the earned income tax credit (EITC). Specifically, it would require individuals claiming the EITC to provide a work-eligible Social Security number.
  • Savings Enhancement by Alleviating Leakage in 401(k) Savings Act (H.R. 2030). The SEAL Act would provide an extended repayment period for individuals who take out loans from their 401(k)s and later leave their jobs. Individuals would have until the tax filing deadline instead of only 60 days. Moreover, this bill would allow workers who happen to take hardship withdrawals to continue saving for retirement.
 

** To read the bill in its entirety, CLICK HERE


** For a section by section summary of the bill, CLICK HERE

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Rep. Sam Johnson Offers Free Medicare Open Enrollment Info Sessions

2017/10/24

WASHINTGON, D.C. – In an effort to prepare seniors for the 2018 Medicare program, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) will host his annual information sessions covering Medicare Open Enrollment.  These informative presentations are free and open to the public.  Please note that these sessions are held in different locations on November 1st and 2nd in order to provide constituents convenient options.  

“Medicare serves millions of older Americans in our country, but most folks are unaware of how Medicare actually operates because they never received a basic overview of the program,” said Johnson.  “As a result, selecting the best Medicare plan in anticipation of your health care needs can be very confusing.  That is why, in order to help seniors navigate their options, I want to invite folks to attend one of these two helpful information meetings.”

The sessions, hosted in conjunction with the North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging (NCTAAA), will provide a complete overview of the program and will coincide with the annual Medicare and Medicare Prescription Drug Program open enrollment period, which runs between October 15th and December 7th. 

After the program presentation, the NCTAAA will be on hand to take questions regarding the enrollment process.  Please be aware that, due to time constraints, attendees interested in one-on-one counseling can set up an appointment at a later date after the sessions.

FREE INFORMATION SESSIONS ON MEDICARE

 

Session I
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
10:00am – 12:00pm
Senior Center at Frisco Square
6670 Moore Street, Frisco

 

Session II
Thursday, November 2, 2017
10:00 am– 12:00 pm
Allen Senior Recreation Center
451 Saint Mary Drive, Allen

For questions regarding counseling services provided by the NCTAAA, please call Mary Jane Douglas at 1-800-272-3921, ext. 7166.  For more information on these events, please contact Congressman Johnson’s Plano office at 469-304-0382.

 

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Rep. Sam Johnson: Ryan “Birdman” Parrott to be Keynote Speaker for FINAL CVC Honoring Collin County Veterans

2017/10/23

Washington, D.C. – With the final Congressional Veterans Commendation (CVC) ceremony this upcoming weekend, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) is pleased to announce this year’s keynote speaker will be Navy SEAL Ryan “Birdman” Parrott.      

Parrott enlisted in the U.S. Navy after watching the Twin Towers fall on 9/11, and he served eight years as a U.S. Navy SEAL attached to Team SEVEN, completing three combat tours to Iraq before being assigned to Advanced Training Command as an Instructor.   He is an author, public speaker, and founder of two non-profits benefiting veterans and first responders. 

“North Texas is a deeply patriotic community that is home to many exceptional veterans,” said Johnson.   “As a 29-year Air Force veteran and POW, I understand firsthand how important it is for a community to support its men and women in uniform – past and present.  That’s why I’m proud to host the CVC – it’s an opportunity for us to take time out of our busy schedules and thank our local veterans for their service and sacrifice to our Great Nation.  I look forward to paying tribute to our community-nominated veteran honorees this Saturday, and I’m honored Ryan ‘Birdman’ Parrott will be joining us as our keynote speaker for the final CVC.”

Congressional Veteran Commendation Ceremony & Reception Information:

WHERE:     Collin College Spring Creek Campus

John Anthony Theater

2800 E. Spring Creek Pkwy.

Plano, Texas 75074

WHEN:       Saturday, October 28th

10:00 am


Full Bio for Ryan “Birdman” Parrott:

Ryan “Birdman” Parrott – author, public speaker, and founder of two non-profits benefiting veterans and first responders – is originally from Detroit, Michigan.  Ryan enlisted in the Navy after watching the Twin Towers fall on 9/11, and Parrott served eight years as a U.S. Navy SEAL attached to Team SEVEN. He completed three combat tours to Iraq before being assigned to Advanced Training Command as an instructor.

In 2005, while serving in Iraq, Ryan was riding atop a Humvee manning the gun turret in enemy territory when his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED), which caused a flash fire that threw him from the Humvee.  Ryan regained composure with his face and arms burned, and witnessed his fellow team members suffer devastating burn and blast injuries.  While Ryan’s burns were only first and second degree, his teammates suffered lifelong injuries.

After completing his service, Ryan moved to Dallas, and in April of 2011, Ryan had the privilege of meeting a retired Army Ranger officer who suffered significant burn injuries.  Ryan was inspired and humbled by his display of strength and courage despite his debilitating scarring.  Ryan was discouraged that this Ranger, and others like him, were not benefiting from progressive treatment of burns in the same way that amputees benefit from incredible advancements in prosthetics.

Searching for better answers, Ryan sought out physicians, medical professionals, and civilian burn survivors as well as firefighters and paramedics, seeking to understand how burn treatment could be improved. 

In 2012, Ryan established Sons of the Flag to help burn survivors and their families find the help and medical attention that they deserve.

He is also the founder of the Bird’s Eye View Project, addressing the extreme needs of veterans and first responders through extreme sports.

Ryan is the author of Songs of the Flag: Real Accounts from the last 100 years of American Service.

 

 

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Sam Johnson Announces 20 Local Veterans to be Honored at FINAL Congressional Veterans Commendation (CVC) Ceremony

2017/10/12

PLANO, TX – U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) is pleased to announce the twenty Collin County veterans to be honored at his annual Congressional Veterans Commendation (CVC) Ceremony on October 28th at Collin College.   The honorees were nominated by local Collin County constituents for their outstanding wartime sacrifices and peacetime community involvement. 

“It is my high honor to congratulate this year’s twenty veteran honorees,” said Johnson. “Collin County folks nominated a competitive group of veterans this year, and the independent CVC selection board had their work cut out for them.  The twenty CVC Honorees being recognized at this final ceremony are a remarkable and inspiring group of local heroes.  They represent several military branches and a wide array of ranks.  But most importantly, they represent several generations of faithful service to the protection of our Great Nation and the betterment of North Texas.  I look forward to paying tribute to them later this month, and I hope to see a large community turnout join me as we pass down our honorees’ examples of patriotism, bravery, and love of country to future generations.”

The keynote speaker for the final CVC will be announced as the event approaches.

Congressional Veteran Commendation Ceremony Information:

 WHERE:

Collin College Spring Creek Campus
John Anthony Theater
2800 E. Spring Creek Pkwy.
Plano, Texas 75074

WHEN:           
Saturday, October 28th
10:00 am

 

2017 CVC Honorees

Name

City

Branch

Years

Rank

John Antal

Allen

Army

1977-2003

Colonel

Tracy Baker

Allen

Army

1955-1978

Major

Clifton Bradford

Plano

Army

1969-2005

Master Sergeant

David Bristol

Prosper

Air Force

1987-2007

Major

Eugene Fox

Plano

Army

1956-1989

Major General

Tyler Gately

Richardson

Army

2004-2009

Specialist

Howard Gilcrease

Plano

Navy

1936-1957

CW01

Richard (Rick) Grady

Plano

Army

1969-1975

Sergeant

John Keating

Frisco

Army

1982-1995

Sergeant

Colin Kimball

McKinney

Air Force

1976

Sergeant

Carol MacGibbon

Plano

Army

1980-1985

Captain

Jerry Madden

Richardson

Army

1965-1971

Captain

William Mills

Fairview

Army

1932-1982

Lieutenant Colonel

Jason Morgan

McKinney

Air Force

1996-1999

Staff Sergeant

Paul Putnam

Dallas

Air Force

1989-1998

Captain

Phillip Raign

Plano

Air Force

1958-1979

Lieutenant Colonel

Paul Reed

McKinney

Army

1966-1969

Sergeant

David Schafer

Richardson

Air Force

1968-1988

Lieutenant Colonel

Robert (Bob) Staib

Plano

Air Force

1962-1967

Captain

John Wroten

Fairview

Marines

1965-1969

Captain

 

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Sam Johnson, John Larson Hold Social Security Member Roundtable on Equifax Breach

2017/10/03

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the recently revealed Equifax data breach, Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee Chairman Sam Johnson (TX-03) and Ranking Member John Larson (CT-01) held a bipartisan Member roundtable with senior Social Security Administration (SSA) officials. The roundtable focused on the agency’s cybersecurity response to the Equifax breach, anticipated risks as a result of the breach, and what the SSA is doing to mitigate those risks for both the agency and the public. 

 

After the conclusion of the roundtable, Johnson and Larson released the following statement:

 

“Millions of Americans’ identities were put at risk due to Equifax’s neglect.  The fact that several government agencies – including the Social Security Administration – contract with Equifax for identity verification services compounds the seriousness of this breach.  Americans expect government agencies to safeguard their personal information.  We are encouraged by the SSA’s actions to protect the public and its own systems, and we will continue to keep a close eye on this issue as more information becomes available.”   

 

Background on Equifax Breach

 

On September 7, 2017, Equifax, one of the three primary credit reporting agencies in the U.S., revealed that it learned about a data breach on July 29, which resulted in the theft of sensitive information of at least 145 million American consumers.

 

The breach exposed the names, dates of birth, addresses, Social Security numbers (SSNs), and in some instances, driver’s license numbers of those affected.  In addition, credit card numbers of approximately 209,000 American consumers, and credit record dispute documents containing personally identifiable information for approximately 182,000 American consumers, were accessed. 

 

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Sam Johnson: High School CYAC Kicks Off Final Year

2017/10/02

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This weekend, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson’s (TX-03) final Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC) kicked off its first meeting of the school year with a session centered on law enforcement and the team effort between local, state, and federal partners.  Guest speakers included District Attorney Greg Willis and Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner, who discussed their roles in keeping North Texas safe.  Students concluded the day with a tour of the Collin County Jail.

 

“The students in this final CYAC class are a great group of young leaders, and they started off the school year strong with a session on the importance of teamwork,” said Johnson.  “Whether it’s a class project, local law enforcement, or keeping our nation secure, it’s important to understand and appreciate the roles different people play in the success of their mission.  I thank our guest speakers, DA Willis and Sheriff Skinner, for discussing their roles in keeping our community safe.  Collin County is lucky to have them.  And I look forward to the year ahead with this CYAC class – we’ve got some exciting things lined up and I know these students will do an outstanding job!”     

 

Congressional Youth Advisory Council Class, 2017-2018:

 

Name

High School

Grade

Hometown

Tealia Abrahamson

Independence High School

12

Frisco

Hunter Akridge

Plano East Senior High School

11

Plano

Connor Bascom

Plano East Senior High School

12

Plano

Angelina Braese

McKinney High School

10

McKinney

Mia Branch

McKinney North High School

9

McKinney

Colin Bridges

Plano West Senior High School

12

Plano

Logan Brown

Allen High School

12

Allen

Zachary Byron

Plano West Senior High School

12

Plano

Kinsey Carlson

Plano East Senior High School

11

Murphy

Dhruv Chawla

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

Ryan Conti

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

Jason D'Souza

Plano East Senior High School

11

Plano

Caleb Doyle

McKinney Christian Academy

11

Allen

Allie Dyer

Plano East Senior High School

11

Plano

Alexandra Fowler

McKinney Boyd High School

11

McKinney

Keyth Fox-Kirkland

Plano East Senior High School

12

Plano

Elijah Gerhard

Prince of Peace Christian School

9

Plano

Rebecca Gu

Plano West Senior High School

12

Plano

William Harrell

McKinney Christian Academy

12

McKinney

Luke Holthaus

McKinney Boyd High School

9

McKinney

Parker Jones

McKinney Boyd High School

11

McKinney

Robert Jones

Plano East Senior High School

11

Murphy

Olivia Kopang

McKinney Boyd High School

9

McKinney

Graham Kraft

McKinney Christian Academy

11

McKinney

Rani Kumar

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

Annie Lu

Plano Senior High School

11

Plano

Cayli Lucia

Ursuline Academy of Dallas

11

Richardson

Jaibin Matthew

Jesuit College Preparatory

11

Plano

Charles McCullough

Allen High School

11

Allen

Jasmine Mellor

Independence High School

12

Frisco

Jacqueline Mojazza

Plano West Senior High School

12

Plano

Matthew Moncrief

John Paul II High School

11

Plano

Jalen Morgan

Plano West Senior High School

11

Frisco

Marlaina Morgan

Blue Ridge High School

12

Blue Ridge

Namya Mysore

Shepton High School

10

Plano

Nafisa Nazeer

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

Jeffrey Nebeker

Liberty High School

12

Plano

Laura Nicolescu

Centennial High School

12

Frisco

Sarah O'Brien

McKinney Boyd High School

11

McKinney

Dora Pang

Allen High School

11

Allen

Samantha Paxson

McKinney Boyd High School

10

McKinney

Abhilash Potluri

Plano Senior High School

12

Plano

Julianna Rangel

McKinney Boyd High School

10

McKinney

Drew Reynolds

McKinney Boyd High School

10

McKinney

Ishan Shah

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

Avery Smith

McKinney High School

11

McKinney

Meghan Spencer

Lovejoy High School

9

Fairview

Aidan Stevens

Prosper High School

10

Prosper

Sam Thomason

McKinney Boyd High School

12

McKinney

Brian Urquidez

Centennial High School

10

Frisco

Shriya Veluri

Independence High School

10

Frisco

Connor Vice

Plano West Senior High School

11

Plano

 

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Sam Johnson Invites Student Participation in 3rd Annual Congressional App Challenge

2017/09/29

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) invites all K-12 students in the 3rd District of Texas to participate in the third Congressional App Challenge (CAC).

 

“Collin County schools do a great job teaching our students the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in an increasingly tech-centric world,” said Johnson.  “To help foster students creativity and interest in the STEM field, I’m excited to again host the Congressional App Challenge.  I look forward to seeing what apps our students come up with and welcoming this year’s winner(s) to the Nation’s Capitol!” 

 

Officially launched in 2015, the Congressional App Challenge is a nationwide event focused on fostering students’ creativity and encouraging their participation in STEM fields. This competition allows students to compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their software application, or “app,” for mobile, tablet, or computer devices on a platform of their choice.

 

Submissions for the challenge are currently being accepted through November 1, 2017. The competition is open to all students who meet the eligibility requirements, regardless of coding experience. In fact, students of all skill levels are encouraged to participate and learn how to create their own apps. Students may work alone or in teams up to five people.

 

The apps will be evaluated by a panel of local judges who work within the academic, software, and entrepreneurial fields. The winning app will be eligible to be featured on a display on the U.S. House of Representatives website (www.house.gov) and in the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.

 

For more information and to register, please visit Congressman Johnson’s website. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Corder at (469)-304-0382 or Jessica.Corder@mail.house.gov.

 

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Sam Johnson on Tax Reform Blueprint

2017/09/27

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the Tax Reform Blueprint released today, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03), a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, made the following statement:

 

America’s current tax code is complicated and broken, and right now we have an opportunity to fundamentally reform it for the 21st Century.   Not only does Washington have a much-needed chance to make the code simpler – which I strongly believe is necessary, but it’s an opportunity to enable businesses so they are better able to compete in the global economy.  Even more important, tax reform should reward hardworking American families.   This blueprint is a first step. We must get tax reform right, and I look forward to working with my fellow Ways and Means colleagues on behalf of America’s taxpayers.     


To learn more, visit fairandsimple.gov.

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September 27th: Sam Johnson Staff Offer Federal Agency Assistance

2017/09/26

Washington, D.C. – On Wednesday September 27th, 2017 the staff of U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) will host their monthly “Mobile Office Hours.”  Folks living in the Third District who need assistance in dealing with a federal agency are encouraged to attend.  September’s Mobile Offices will be located in Murphy, Princeton, Allen, and Richardson (times and specific locations listed below). Appointments are not necessary.

“Navigating how to get help with federal agencies can be frustrating, which is why my staff and I offer assistance for Third District constituents every day,” said Johnson.  “Even so, sometimes it’s easier for folks to meet staff at Monthly Mobile Office Hours.  Folks can come out to one of these locations and ask my staff questions or get help with various issues in person – from veterans’ assistance, to passports, to Medicare. We are also happy to make requests on your behalf to federal agencies.  I encourage people to visit the nearest Mobile Office location on September 27th, but if you are unable to make it, you are always welcome to contact my Plano office at 469-304-0382.”

Johnson’s staff can help with federal agency issues, such as:

  • Identity theft;
  • Medicare;
  • U.S. Postal Service;
  • Veterans Affairs (VA);
  • Military record requests;
  • U.S. service medal and replacement medal requests;
  • Social Security; and
  • Internal Revenue Service.

In addition, Johnson’s staff can also:

  • Provide information regarding trips to Washington, D.C.;
  • Offer application guidance to a U.S. Service Academy;
  • Assist with Congressional App Challenge applications; and
  • Process requests to have American flags flown over the U.S. Capitol building.

Please be aware that Congressman Johnson is elected to serve in the legislative branch of our nation's federal government.  He does not have jurisdiction to assist with the following:

  • Agency decisions made in line with federal law or regulation;
  • Problems with a state or local government agency – you must contact your state or local officials for help regarding these issues;
  • Judicial matters; and
  • Private disputes. (Examples of these issues are Child Custody, Divorce, and Criminal Trials or Imprisonment.)

Please also be aware that, in order for Congressman Johnson’s staff to make inquiries on constituents’ behalf, the Privacy Act of 1974 requires a privacy release be signed before the agency is contacted.  If you are represented by counsel, their permission to assist with the case is also required. Make sure to bring all relevant documents so staff is able to help you as expediently as possible.

Mobile Office Times and Locations

9:00am – 10:30am:

Murphy
Murphy City Hall
206 North Murphy Road
Murphy, Texas 75094

Princeton
Princeton City Hall
123 West Princeton Drive
Princeton, Texas 75407

 2:00 – 3:30pm:

 Allen
Allen City Hall
305 Century Parkway
Allen, Texas 75013

Richardson
Richardson Civic Center
411 West Arapaho Road, Suite 102
Richardson, Texas 75083

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Contact Information

1211 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-4201
Fax 202-225-1485
samjohnson.house.gov

Committee Assignments

Ways and Means

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

TEXAS' 17th DISTRICT

Jodey Arrington

TEXAS' 19th DISTRICT

Lamar Smith

TEXAS' 21st DISTRICT

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

Blake Farenthold

TEXAS' 27th DISTRICT

John Carter

TEXAS' 31st DISTRICT

Pete Sessions

TEXAS' 32nd DISTRICT

Brian Babin

TEXAS' 36th DISTRICT

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