RepresentHouse Members › Randy Weber

Randy Weber (R-Texas)

Up for re-election in 2018

Represents Texas's 14th Congressional District. He has served three terms in the House.

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Committee Assignments

  • Transportation and Infrastructure (ranks 26th)
  • Science, Space, and Technology (ranks 9th)

Representative Subjects

We trained a computer model to analyze the press releases sent by members of Congress. Here’s what it came up with:

Distinctive Topics

What topics does Rep. Weber talk about in his recent press releases more often than other members of Congress do? Learn more.

  • loan guarantee
  • john glenn
  • degree celsius
  • nuclear energy
  • advanced reactor
  • readiness gap
  • recreational anglers
  • red snapper

Similar Members

What members of Congress use language that is most similar to Rep. Weber in their recent press releases? Learn more.

5 154 5.2% 2.5%

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Votes against party

Rank 172nd
Party avg 6.6%

Votes missed

Rank 147th
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