Georgetown Resident Receives Gold Medal Award
Congressman John Carter (TX-31) awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal to Georgetown's Connor Crowe in Washington, D.C. Connor joined 538 winners from across the U.S. to receive the highest honor Congress bestows to America’s youth.
“Winning the Congressional Award requires an
On October 11, Congressman John Carter, Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick, Sheriff's Sgt. Gary Haston and Allison Clayton, Texas Innocence Project, were together in the Congressman's former "office" at the 277th District Court to announce the signing of Carter’s Justice Served Act and its
by Terry Wilson, Texas Representative, District 20
Here in Texas, in-person early voting began October 22nd, and runs through November 2nd. Texans have the opportunity to cast a vote and make their voices heard as to whom they want representing them in Washington, D.C. and in
Congressman John Carter has been serving and leading in Central Texas for more than 35 years. From 1981 to 2002 he was Judge of the 277th District Court and admits, at that time, he had no desire to run for Congress.
On September 11, 2001, he
Congressman John Carter (TX-31) has begun the TX-31 United States service academy nominations.
“One of the many honors I have as the representative of Texas’ 31st Congressional District is nominating the best and brightest for an appointment to the military service academies. The desire to serve
by Congressman John Carter
The use of DNA evidence to solve crimes first came to the scene in 1986. Since that time, it has become one of the most reliable tools used to identify and prosecute criminals. Numerous cold cases have been solved using DNA evidence.
There is no arguing the effectiveness of using DNA evidence, which is
On October 22nd, Rep. John R. Carter (TX-31) hosted the 2nd Annual Congressional Veterans Commendation ceremony, where he formally honored distinguished veterans of District 31 for their wartime sacrifices and peacetime community involvement. The CVC program is nomination-based, designed to recognize veterans within the 31st
As a proud conservative Texan, I know we deserve better than Obamacare. Healthcare decisions should be made by you and your doctor, not by Washington, D.C. bureaucrats!
Obamacare is a flawed and failed policy that has increased premiums, raised taxes, and cut the incomes of millions