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Congressman Will Hurd

Representing the 23rd District of Texas
  • DC2DQ Town-hall Tour

    U.S. Representative Will Hurd has announced dates and stops for his third annual DC2DQ trip, a series of public meet-and-greets held at local Dairy Queens throughout South and West Texas. The informal town hall meetings are open to the public and designed to offer constituents an authentic opportunity to engage with their Congressman in a way that was never-before seen under previous Representatives.
  • Hurd Statement on National Defense Authorization Act

    U.S. Representative Will Hurd joined his colleagues in the House of Representatives in support of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018, which determines funding levels and priorities for our nation’s common defense. It rebuilds our military, increases funding for research and development, streamlines the acquisitions of goods and services to better support service members and their families, and fully funds a well-deserved pay raise for our troops.
  • Mission Reach Receiving Federal Reimbursement

    U.S. Representative Will Hurd is pleased to announce that the House Energy and Water Appropriations Bill includes $10 million in federal reimbursement for the Mission Reach Project in Bexar County through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Fiscal Year 2018 Work Plan. The project is one of only two across the nation receiving federal reimbursement in this appropriations bill, demonstrating the arduous work put forth by Congressman Hurd to secure the funds.
  • Hurd on the Hill: Land of the Free Because of the Brave

    Through the NDAA, Congress specifies the funding level for and determines the policy around how money will be spent to supply, equip and train our troops and it sets national security policy in a dangerous world. This week, we will decide how much to spend on our national defense for fiscal year 2018.
  • Hurd Announces Dates & Stops for Third Annual Town Hall Series

    U.S. Representative Will Hurd has announced dates and stops for his third annual DC2DQ trip, a series of public meet-and-greets held at local Dairy Queens throughout South and West Texas. The informal town hall meetings are open to the public and designed to offer constituents an authentic opportunity to engage with their Congressman in a way that was never-before seen under previous Representatives.
  • Hurd Statement On President Withdrawing WOTUS Rule

    The Obama Administration's WOTUS rule was a direct violation of Americans’ private property rights. It would have placed unnecessary burdens on farmers, ranchers, and small business owners across Texas, and negatively impacted our economy.

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Recent Votes

Date Roll Call Bill Vote
7/25/2017 411 H.RES.468 Aye
7/25/2017 410 H.RES.468 Yea
7/24/2017 409 H.R.3218 Yea
7/24/2017 408 S.114 Yea
7/24/2017 407 H.R.3180 Yea