congressman from Texas

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  • He was the first Republican congressman from Texas to be elected after the end of Reconstruction.
  • His first cousin, once removed, Lamar Smith has been a Republican Congressman from Texas since 1987.
  • Feldman has covered George H. W. Bush since he became a congressman from Texas in 1967.
  • His son-in-law, Michael McCaul, is a Republican congressman from Texas's 10th congressional district.
  • She even considered going to Scotland Yard and, on the ground that her father was a Congressman from Texas, demanding the immediate release of her strawberry man. Cited from The Agony Column, by Earl Derr Biggers
  • Reagan was a Democratic congressman from Texas (many years after the Civil War, Texas would elect him to a Senate seat).
  • He tried again successfully in 1978, becoming the second Jewish U.S. congressman from Texas, the first having been David Spangler Kaufman.
  • His older brother was Jeremiah Vardaman Cockrell, who was a congressman from Texas in the 1890s.
  • He is a former U.S. congressman from Texas's 3rd congressional district, a mayor of Dallas, Texas, and member of the Dallas City Council.
  • Ed Foreman, a former congressman from Texas, ran the most expensive campaign seen in New Mexico history to that point, and defeated Walker in November 1968 by a mere half point margin.
  • He ran on the Republican ticket for United States Congressman from Texas's 15th congressional district, against the popular incumbent, John Nance Garner, who had held the seat since 1902 when the district was created.
  • He helped organize grassroots fundraising for 2008 United States Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, Congressman from Texas by offering to create a hub website after supporters of the candidate decided a "money bomb" would be an effective way to bring in campaign donations.
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-1973) and his wife, Lady Bird, lived in a three-bedroom apartment in 1937 and 1938 when he first came to Washington as a junior congressman from Texas.
  • Two other Republicans mentioned for the senatorial nomination, Thad Hutcheson, who had sought Texas' other Senate seat in a special election in 1957, and Bruce Alger, the only Republican congressman from Texas at the time, were both uninterested.
  • Badnarik delivered a keynote speech at the 2007 New Hampshire Liberty Forum, where he announced his endorsement for Ron Paul, U.S. Congressman from Texas 14th district, in the 2008 presidential election.
  • Alan Watson Steelman (born March 15, 1942) is a Dallas businessman who was a Republican congressman from Texas between 1973 and 1977; at the time of his election, he was the youngest sitting member of Congress.
  • Oliver North served as a platoon commander in Kilo Company from 1968-1969 and Frank Tejeda, a Congressman from Texas, was a Kilo NCO for the same period.