2017 Year in Review

From being appointed to President Trump’s transition team to passing historic tax reform, 2017 has been a busy and productive year.

We listened at Town Hall meetings across our district and brought your voices to the halls of Congress.

I am thankful to serve as your Representative in Congress, and look forward to fighting for you in 2018 and beyond.


Here is a recap of 2017’s top moments.

Appointed to Trump transition team

It was an honor to be appointed by President Trump as Vice Chair on his transition team, representing our region and being a part of crafting an agenda to get our economy back to growth. WBFO.

Top 1% in Congress for Town Hall meetings

One of our top priorities has always been to listen to your feedback and concerns, so it was great to be recognized for accessibility. The Hill.

Republican co-chair of the Problem Solver’s Caucus

Bipartisanship is more important than ever to solve the problems facing our communities such as healthcare, immigration and government funding. About.BGOVDemocrat and ChronicleCNN.

Passed Historic Tax Reforms

We were proud to pass the biggest tax reform package in a generation because our hardworking neighbors deserve tax relief. The reforms will bring tax cuts to middle and working-class families in our district and across the country. FL Times.

Defended our 2nd Amendment rights 

Protecting your Constitutional right to bear arms, we co-sponsored a bill that would make concealed-carry permits valid across state lines. Fox News.

Voted to give a pay raise to our troops

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was signed by President Trump, representing our commitment to providing the military with the resources they need to be effective.  CBS News.

Voted to protect the right to life

Supported three bills to protect the sanctity of all human life, all of which passed the House: HJR 43HR 7 and HR 36


From my family to yours, I wish you a happy, healthy new year.