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U.S. Congressman Marc Veasey proudly represents Texas’ Congressional District 33 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
First elected to the Texas State House in 2004, then State Representative Veasey represented District 95, an area now part of the 33rd Congressional District, for five consecutive terms. As a member of the Texas State House, Rep. Veasey served in a number of leadership positions including Democratic Whip and Chair of the Democratic Caucus. In Dallas-Fort Worth, he led the state legislature in fighting for blue collar jobs, good schools, affordable healthcare, and voting rights.
As a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Veasey was appointed to serve on the Committee on Energy and Commerce and the Committee on Armed Services. Prior to the 117th Congress, Rep. Veasey served on the Committee on Armed Services, Committee on Science Space and Technology and the Small Business Committee. The Congressman also founded the Voting Rights Caucus, is the Co-Chair of the Blue Collar Caucus, and Co-Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Task Force on Foreign Affairs and National Security.
Rep. Veasey is proud to serve on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce and the House Armed Services Committee. He was appointed to serve on three subcommittees on Energy and Commerce: Communications and Technology; Consumer Protection and Commerce; and Energy. He was also appointed to serve on two subcommittees on the House Armed Services Committee: Military Personnel; and Tactical Air and Land Forces.
He is actively engaged in various congressional member organizations including the Congressional Black Caucus, Congressional Army Aviation Caucus, the Voting Rights Caucus, the Progressive Caucus, and the Congressional Small Business Information Technology Caucus.
The 33rd Congressional District is an ethnically diverse district that spans from Fort Worth to Dallas and includes prominent neighborhoods in both Tarrant and Dallas counties. The 33rd District is anchored in Fort Worth’s historic neighborhoods which include Carver Heights, Stop Six, Rolling Hills, the Northside, Diamond Hill Jarvis and Forest Hill. The district also extends east through parts of Arlington and into Dallas County communities like Oak Cliff, South Irving, Grand Prairie and West Dallas.