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Thursday, Johnson County Judge Roger Harmon said, to the best of his knowledge marked the first visit by a sitting president to the county. State Rep. DeWayne Burns, R-Cleburne, countered that he’s not so sure.
“I read somewhere, but I’m not sure if it’s true, that [President Roosevelt] stopped on a train in Grandview for a stump speech on his way to Fort Worth,” Burns said. “If that’s true I’m not sure if that happened when he was first running for president or after he already was president.”
Rep. Roger Williams
Cleburne Times Review
Commentary: USMCA deal will benefit Texans and District 25
Texas has long been a leader of our nation’s economy and there is almost no industry here that won’t be impacted for the better by the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade deal.
Rep. Roger Williams
Lampasas Dispatch Record
Commentary: Trade pact with Mexico, Canada will benefit Texas
Texas has long been a leader of our nation’s economy, and there is almost no industry here that won’t be impacted for the better by the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade deal.
WASHINGTON, DC – Family Research Council Action released its annual Vote Scorecard for 2018, the second session of the 115th Congress. The ‘True Blue’ Award was presented to Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) for his steadfast support of faith, family and freedom.
Votes in the U.S. House of Representatives included:
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin) took to the House floor Tuesday evening to speak in support of his colleague, Congressman Andy Biggs’, resolution to recognize the national debt as a threat to national security.
Williams’ remarks are below:
“Madame Speaker, the national debt is the single greatest threat to our national security.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Congressman Andy Biggs (AZ-05) and Senator David Perdue (R-Georgia) introduced resolutions in the House and Senate to recognize America’s national debt as a threat to our national security. Earlier this month, the national debt reached $22 trillion. Congressman Biggs, Senator Perdue, and other cosponsors released the following statements: