Congressman Pete Olson

Representing the 22nd District of Texas

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Apr 27, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) was honored yesterday with the “Award for Conservative Excellence” from the American Conservative Union (ACU).  In 2015, Olson received a 92% conservative rating from the ACU.

Apr 25, 2016 News

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ICYMI: Vitter, Black, Olson Applaud GAO Decision to Audit Planned Parenthood

Apr 21, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) today announced that U.S. Military Service Academies nomination applications are now available for the class of 2021. The honor of attending a service academy comes with an obligation and commitment to serve in the military for a minimum of five years upon graduation.

Apr 20, 2016 Press Release

 Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) today voted to protect taxpayers and hold the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) accountable to the public they serve. Olson voted in support of two bills to make the IRS more accountable to the American people.

Apr 15, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) calls on all high school juniors and seniors in the 22nd District of Texas to apply to participate in the Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC). Through CYAC, Olson gains insight from students across TX-22 and encourages them to work hard and accomplish their academic goals.

Mar 31, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) today issued the following statement of remorse upon learning that 21 people were killed in a tragic accident involving the collapse of an overpass under construction in Kolkata, India:

Mar 29, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) today participated in a “Coffee with Your Congressman” hosted by the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce. Roughly 90-100 constituents from across Fort Bend County attended the event, which was held in Sugar Land.

Mar 28, 2016 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) today announced he has introduced legislation to name a Sugar Land Post Office after fallen Marine Lance Corporal Garrett Gamble of the 22nd Congressional District of Texas. Gamble was killed on March 11, 2010 while patrolling during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He was a 2008 graduate of Stephen F. Austin High in Sugar Land.