Rep. Monica De La Cruz is the first Latina and first Republican to represent the 15th Congressional District of Texas in the United States House of Representatives. In Congress, Rep. De La Cruz is fighting to keep the American Dream alive for the next generation of Texans. She is a champion for border security, an economy that works for American families, and improving healthcare access for South Texans. Rep. De La Cruz’s story is one of perseverance, determination, and the power of faith. The granddaughter of a Mexican farmworker, Monica was raised by her single mother, Norma, in Brownsville. She grew up with a strong commitment to public service, exemplified by her decades of community service. Rep. De La Cruz attended the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she earned her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration. After graduation, Rep. De La Cruz enrolled at La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México to study Spanish.
For over 20 years, Rep. De La Cruz led several successful small businesses in her community, including an insurance agency, which she ran until her election to Congress in 2022. A proud alumna of James Pace High School, Rep. De La Cruz is also an active member of her local church. She lives in Edinburg, Texas with her two children.
Rep. Chip Roy is a devoted husband and father of two currently serving his third term in Congress representing Texas’s 21st Congressional District — which includes South Austin, North San Antonio, and the Texas Hill Country.Previously, Rep. Roy served as First Assistant Attorney General of Texas under Ken Paxton, Chief of Staff to Sen. Ted Cruz, senior advisor to Texas Governor Rick Perry, Senate Judiciary Committee staff director under Sen. John Cornyn, and as a federal prosecutor. Prior to the public sector, he worked for nearly three years as an investment banking analyst.
Rep. Roy holds a B.A. and M.A from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from the University of Texas. He serves on the House Judiciary, Rules, and Budget Committees and is the Policy Chair of the House Freedom Caucus.
Senator Brandon Creighton has served in both the Texas House and Senate and currently represents District 4, which encompasses parts of Harris, Montgomery, Chambers, Jefferson, and Galveston Counties.
Throughout his legislative career, he has built a reputation as a fiscal conservative and champion for conservative values, especially when it comes to advancing policies that protect taxpayers, small businesses, and our children. In 2022, Senator Creighton was appointed to lead both the Senate Committees on Public Education and Higher Education, which will work to advance bold reforms for the future of Texas and ensure the next generation is prepared for a 21st century economy.
He is working together with Governor DeSantis on ways in which Texas and Florida can collaborate on education and other areas of public policy as our states continue leading the nation on innovation and economic prosperity.
Friday, March 3, 20235:00 P.M – 7:00 P.M. General & VIP Receptions7:00 P.M. Program & Dinner
George R. Brown Convention Center1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010
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