A Job Well-Done, Congressman Kevin Brady
Recently, Congressman Kevin Brady (TX-08) announced his retirement after completing the 117th Congress. I released the following statement honoring Congressman Brady's time serving Texans in the House of Representatives:
In 1997, Congressman Kevin Brady and I came to Washington, D.C. together, joining the 105th Congress. He came to Congress as an experienced member of the Texas House of Representatives and a professional in the Chamber of Commerce. Throughout our time in the House of Representatives, I have enjoyed and relied upon our valuable relationship as colleagues and, more importantly, good friends. As peers, we hold many fond memories like winning back the majority and balancing the federal budget. I am grateful for his conservative leadership that has helped push the United States to accomplish great things. One of his most impactful achievements was the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This was the largest tax cut in United States' history resulting in millions of American jobs. He is a tireless servant that promotes American exceptionalism. He can hold his head up high, confident that he faithfully served Texans and the American people well. I look forward to working closely with him for the remainder of his time in the House of Representatives. I wish him and Cathy all the best.