• January 21, 2021

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Hurd on the Hill: Battling the Bureaucracy

As a conservative, I am always looking for ways to reform government spending and use tax dollars more efficiently. With a background in computer science and through my time as Chair of the House IT Subcommittee, I’ve been able to identify federal information technology (IT) as an area in desperate need of reform. While IT […]Read More

Cornyn, Cruz, Hurd, O’Rourke Comment on Passage of American Health

After Thursday’s passage of the American Health Care Act, local and statewide representatives released statements regarding the vote. Rep. Beto O’Rouke (via Facebook) Today I voted against the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Like the original version of the bill, which failed to garner enough support for a vote in March, AHCA seeks to replace […]Read More

Ethics Charges fly as Hurd-Gallego Rematch Comes Down to Wire

In the state’s only competitive congressional race, incumbent U.S. Rep. Will Hurd and challenger Pete Gallego are pulling no punches in the final days of the campaign. Allegations of unethical behavior are reaching a new volume in the home stretch of Texas’ only competitive congressional race, a heated rematch between U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-San […]Read More

Trump and the 23rd District: It’s Complicated

Republican incumbent U.S. Rep Will Hurd and Democrat Pete Gallego are battling it out in a sprawling, idiosyncratic district. BRACKETTVILLE — In Texas’ sprawling 23rd congressional district, everyone knows about Donald Trump, the blustery billionaire on their five o’clock news every night, causing arguments at their dinner tables and leaving them desperate for this election […]Read More