Congressman Marc Veasey has a busy day job representing the 33rd Congressional in Tarrant and Dallas counties. Still, the Democrat has found time to work as a cake decorator at a Dallas bakery, delivered mail on a UPS truck in Fort Worth, and bagged groceries at an Irving Kroger’s.
Democrat Marc Veasey has held the 33rd Congressional District seat for the past four years and has been a successful voice for the newly configured district, which includes big chunks of Tarrant and Dallas counties. Veasey, 45, a former member of the state House.
Three members of Congress met with TCC students on South Campus Feb. 5 to focus on student concerns. By opening the floor to questions and comments, U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey, whose district includes South Campus, along with Rep.Eric Swalwell of California and Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona addressed student debt, Veterans Affairs.
Congressman rolls ups his sleeves to join the furniture assembly team at Gulfstream Aerospace’s Dallas service location Dallas, TX – Yesterday Congressman Veasey left his suit and tie behind to join the furniture assembly team at Gulfstream.
““I was proud to join my colleagues Representatives DeGette, Slaughter, and Chu and Senators Murray and Blumenthal in filing an amicus brief today urging the Supreme Court to strike down HB 2, Texas’ anti-abortion law in the case Woman’s Health
After hearing your concerns regarding affordable and reliable transportation for seniors through Handitran in Arlington, I offered an amendment to the long-term transportation and infrastructure bill which was approved by 363-64 vote to reinstate funding for transit services for the elderly
WASHINGTON– A few notable Texans will be scattered among the political elite at President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union Address Tuesday. The White House is painting the speech as non-traditional.
After four years representing the 33rd Congressional District, Marc Veasey knows the issues most important to his Fort Worth and Dallas constituents. And he now has enough experience in Washington to effectively work in their interests.
That’s how Democrats described their feelings about Republicans as they listened to President Barack Obama call for a renewal of the Voting Rights Act in front of the Edmund Pettus Bridge on the anniversary of the march that helped get the law passed 50 years ago
There’s no place that U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey would rather be this weekend than Selma, Ala. The Fort Worth Democrat will be among thousands following in the footsteps of those who crossed the Edmund Pettus Brid