Meet the seven new Texans in Congress

Texas’ seven freshly elected members of Congress run the ideological gamut, from impassioned conservatives to some of the most progressive members ever sent from Texas.

By Matthew Choi, The Texas TribuneNovember 16, 2022 11:20 am,

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The members include five Republicans and two Democrats from across the state. Texas’ delegation is made up of 38 members.

Nathanial Moran – District 1

U.S. Congressman-elect Nathaniel Moran at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill on Nov. 13, 2022.
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Keith Self – District 3

U.S. Congressman-elect Keith Self.
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Morgan Luttrell – District 8

U.S. Congressman-elect Morgan Luttrell.

Monica De La Cruz – District 15

U.S. Congresswoman-elect Monica De La Cruz.
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Jasmine Crockett – District 30

U.S. Congresswoman-elect Jasmine Crockett after a press conference with other incoming Congressional Progressive Caucus members at AFL-CIO’s headquarters on Nov. 13, 2022. Shuran Huang for The Texas Tribune

Greg Casar – District 35

U.S. Congressman-elect Greg Casar speaks at AFL-CIO’s labor celebration in downtown Austin on Oct. 29, 2022.
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Wesley Hunt – District 38

U.S. Congressman-elect Wesley Hunt.