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Congressman Marc Veasey

Representing the 33rd District of Texas


On Congressman Veasey’s YouTube channel you can find speeches from the House floor, testimony from committee hearing, special messages to the constituents of Texas’ 33rd congressional district as well as local and national news media appearances. You can view some of the videos from Congressman Veasey’s official YouTube channel by clicking on the video links below. To receive updates and special video messages from Congressman Veasey subscribe at:

Congressman Veasey Commemorates Month of May as “Health & Fitness Month”

Congressman Marc Veasey, TX-33, is committed to empowering all Americans to adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical activity and good nutrition. For the second year in a row, the congressman is commemorating the month of May as “Health and Fitness Month” to ensure that all Americans take a pledge to make healthier lifestyle choices.

Congressman Marc Veasey Clocks-In During "Marc Means Business" Work Days

Each month, Congressman Marc Veasey, TX-33, spends his time clocking-in at various employers across Texas’ 33rd congressional district as part of his ‘Marc Means Business,’ initiative. This ongoing initiative allows Congressman Veasey to better understand the jobs that exist in the district and the challenges that constituents face in their jobs and daily lives.

Congressman Veasey Condemns Abduction of School Girls in Nigeria

On Thursday, May 8, 2014, Congressman Veasey took to the House floor to speak about the tragic and shocking turn of events in Nigeria where as many as 300 young girls have been abducted by the terrorist organization Boko Haram and joined his House colleagues in support of H.R. 573 to condemn this heinous abduction, and support all efforts to find and bring these girls home.

Rep. Veasey Pays Tribute to Pastor Raymond Charles "R.C." Johnson Sr.

On May 1, 2014, Congressman Marc Veasey, TX-33, took to the House floor to honor the life of Pastor Raymond Charles Johnson Sr., known to the Fort Worth community as, Pastor R.C. Johnson.

Inside Texas Politics (WFAA): Rep. Veasey Shares Importance of Marc Means Business Initiative

Rep. Veasey shares why his "Marc Means Business" initiative is a great way for him to get out into the community and better understand the challenges that his constituents face at their jobs and daily lives.

NBC5's Coverage of Marc Means Business

NBC5's coverage of my partnership with with UPS for the Marc Means Business initiative.

U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey Delivers UPS Packages

Congress may be off this week, but U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey showed up for work anyway. Not at Capitol Hill, though. Fort Worth Star-Telegram/Max Faulkner

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Rep. Veasey Pays Tribute to Former Fort Worth Mayor Pro Tem Louis Zapata

Today I took to the floor to honor Louis Zapata, a native of Fort Worth, who became Fort Worth's first Hispanic councilman in 1977. Louis was a member of the Mexican American Democrats, the Latino Arts Association, and worked tirelessly to preserve The Rose Marine Theater, a treasure of Hispanic art and culture in the community. May Louis' legacy of improving North Texas live on for generations to come.

Rep. Veasey Pays Tribute to Dallas-Fort Worth Union Leader, T.C. Gillespie

Today, Rep. Veasey took the House floor to pay tribute to a dear friend and irreplaceable figure of the Dallas-Fort Worth community, local union leader, T.C. Gillespie. Mr. Gillespie served as the President of the Tarrant County Central Labor Council, was a member of the United Way Board of Directors and previously held the position of Secretary and Treasurer of the Communications Workers of American (CWA) to ensure that the voice of middle class families and community workers were heard.

Congressman Marc Veasey's Floor Statement on Republican Budget for Fiscal Year 2015

U.S. Congressman Marc Veasey, TX-33, released the following statement after Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan released the House Republican budget for Fiscal Year 2015.