• December 2, 2020

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U.S. Rep. Will Hurd declares victory over Pete Gallego

SAN ANTONIO –U.S. Rep. Will Hurd claimed victory in his re-election bid Tuesday night, becoming the first incumbent to hold onto the Texas 23rd District in eight years. “We won this thing because of y’alls hard work,” Hurd, a Republican, said shortly after midnight at his campaign’s official watch party on Hotel Eilon in San Antonio, his hometown. “We […]Read More

Trump’s Campaign Spiral jolts Hurd-Gallego Rematch

In deeply red Texas, fallout from Donald Trump’s lewd comments about women has been more limited than in other states. Top Texas Republicans uniformly condemned the remarks without pulling their support, standing by Trump with under a month to go until Election Day — and more peril on the horizon for his already flagging campaign. […]Read More

Rep Hurd’s Bill to Rename Tornillo Port after Hispanic WWI

After several weeks and months of hard work, Representative Will Hurd’s bill to rename the Tornillo POE after WWI hero Private Marcelino Serna passed the Senate late Tuesday night and is on its way to the President’s desk for his signature. PVT Serna’s daughter, Gloria Serna, has received a call from Will letting her know the good […]Read More

Rep. Hurd set to Visit San Eli, Van Horn Next

Congressman Will Hurd is set to have meetings in San Elizario and Van Horn next week as part of his Tech2Town Summer Road Trip. Rep. Hurd shares, “To have a qualified workforce, we must ensure access to technology education and development for all ages and abilities—and not just in the big cities like San Antonio and El […]Read More

Guest Column – Rep. Will Hurd: How to Stop Terrorists

The rise of ISIS has exposed the darkest side of humanity—at times manifesting their violent ideology at our very doorsteps. The terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, Orlando, Brussels, and France demonstrate how individuals with the aim to do the most harm possible are taking advantage of security gaps and focusing on the most vulnerable of […]Read More

Hurd Selected for House Task Force on Community/Police Relations

On Wednesday, U.S. Representative Will Hurd was selected to be part of a 12-member bipartisan House Task Force led by the Judiciary Committee, tasked with examining police accountability, aggression towards law enforcement and public safety concerns related to these issues. “Whether your skin is black or your uniform is blue, individuals should not feel targeted […]Read More