Pfluger Reports on First Year in Office
Washington, DC, January 3, 2022
Monday, U.S. Representative August Pfluger (TX-11) released a report on his first year in office—highlighting successes in energy, agriculture, national security, and the TX-11 community.
Congressman Pfluger was sworn in to represent the 11th District of Texas on January 3, 2021. Since then, he has authored 14 original pieces of legislation—including the Afghanistan Threat Assessment Act (signed into law), a Resolution calling for the release of Trevor Reed (passed Congress), the Illicit Cross-Border Tunnel Defense Act (passed committee), the Energy Diplomacy Act (passed committee), and other bills to secure the border, strengthen election security, nullify vaccine mandates, promote the oil & gas industry, support farmers and ranchers, safeguard the Second Amendment, provide for Veterans, stand up for parents’ rights in education, protect the unborn, and more. Click here for a full list of legislation authored or supported by Congressman Pfluger.
Congressman Pfluger has made himself regularly available to the public by visiting all 29 counties in the 11th District, holding 26 in-person Town Halls, reaching 360,000 constituents through Telephone Town Halls, participating in over 80 national and 180 local press interviews, and attending countless community events.
In one year, his office helped rescue 650 people stranded in Afghanistan, responded to over 45,000 letters, emails, and phone calls, solved over 800 constituent cases, hosted 15 interns, flew 80 flags over the U.S. Capitol, and more.
Rep. August Pfluger: “Representing the 11th District of Texas in Congress is the honor of a lifetime. Camille and I are proud of the progress we made in the first year championing conservative values and standing up for our Texas way of life. We would like to say a sincere ‘thank you’ for the opportunity to serve.”
The report can be viewed here.