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John Carter Files for Re-election in Texas’ 31 Congressional District

(Austin, TX) – John Carter (R-TX-31) filed for re-election in Texas’ 31st congressional district at the Republican Party of Texas headquarters over the weekend. “Serving the patriotic people of my district in the United States Congress is an honor of a lifetime, and there’s still more work to do,” said Carter. “I’m energized to keep […]

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John Carter Announces Bid for Reelection

Georgetown, TX) – Today, Congressman John Carter (R-TX) announced he is running for reelection in Texas’ 31st district, encompassing Burnet, Bosque, Hamilton, and Coryell counties and parts of Bell and Williamson counties. “Being the conservative voice for Texas’ 31st district is one of the greatest honors of my life. In the first eight months of […]

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Carter Calls for Legislative Action to Help Domestic Violence Victims

(Round Rock, TX) – On Friday, Congressman John Carter (TX-31) and over 100 House members sent a letter to House and Senate leadership urging reauthorization and additional funding for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in the next Coronavirus response package. “There is a lot of fear and uncertainty amongst Americans right now, and for […]

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Texas Alliance for Life Releases First Round of Endorsements for Federal Offices

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 27, 2019 CONTACT: Amy O’Donnell, Director of Communications 512.477.1244 amy@texasallianceforlife.org Texas Alliance for Life, Inc., is proud to release our first list of endorsed candidates for federal office for the Primary and General Elections. We are very pleased to endorse for reelection for President and Vice President Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence, respectively. President Trump […]

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U.S. Rep. John Carter: America is on the cusp of energy independence, if we’re smart about it

By U.S. Rep. John Carter In response to the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries placing an oil embargo against the West in 1973, President Nixon graced TV screens and promised the American people that the United States would be energy independent in just 10 years. However, progress toward energy independence crept forward at a […]

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