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(Round Rock, TX) - John Carter, Republican nominee for Texas’ 31st Congressional District, released the following statement after primary Election Day:
“I’m honored to be the Republican nominee for Texas’ 31st Congressional
Representative John Carter (TX-31) released the following statement after President Donald Trump gave his State of the Union address to the nation.
“President Trump is right, the state of our union is strong, and the best is yet to come. At this moment in time, there’s
Last month, Representative John Carter (TX-31) released the following statements.
After voting in favor of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): “After more than a year of delay by Speaker Pelosi, the House of Representatives has finally passed the USMCA with overwhelming support. While this agreement will
You will find no place to visit in Central Texas as unique as the Gault Site in Florence.
Technically, there is no place in the entire western hemisphere of the planet as unique as the Gault Site.
Some really smart scientists say humans have gathered at the
Congressman John Carter (TX-31) awarded 11 constituents October 5 with Congressional commendations at Texas A&M Central Texas campus. The Congressional Veteran Commendation is a nominations-based program designed to recognize the wartime sacrifices and peacetime community involvement of residents of the 31st Congressional District of Texas.
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
Members of the public, employees and distinguished guests took part in a ceremonial ribbon cutting for the new Williamson County Georgetown Annex. Congressman John Carter joined approximately 100 guests for the event, which included the singing of the National Anthem by the EVHS Choir. The
The Williamson County Republican party held its annual Ronald Reagan Gala on February 18 at the Marriott in Round Rock. The event is the largest fundraiser the party holds each year. This year was significant in that it was a farewell to retiring Party Chairman
Congressman John Carter shared the honor of The Red Poppy Capital of Texas in the very place our source flowers grow. As a guest in Flanders, Belgium at the centennial celebration of the end of The Great War, the Congressman placed three ceramic poppies, donated
Notwithstanding a highly divisive primary season, Georgetown and Williamson County played host to senior statesmen and VIPs on several occasions in 2018 to generate support for the Republican ticket in the mid-term general election. It even looks like President Trump's October visit to Texas was