As coronavirus (COVID-19) places new challenges on our daily lives, we want you to know we’ve asked our entire campaign team to turn toward helping neighbors and those who just need a hand right now.

COVID-19 is at the forefront of American’s minds and hearts, even here in TX-11. It’s expected that we’ll see a rise in cases across our community and urge everyone to follow the recommendations laid out by President Trump, his Administration, the CDC, and our local officials.

What’s also important is our support for each other and keeping the TX-11 community safe and our economy strong. Please continue to support local businesses and check in on your neighbors.

America is strong and she will thrive because of Americans. We thank those fighting on the frontlines: American energy workers, farmers and ranchers, health care workers, first responders, law enforcement, truck drivers, grocery and service industry workers, parents and grandparents who are keeping up with the children while they’re out of school, as well as the clergy and countless others who continue to serve our TX-11 community, state, and nation.

God Bless our resilient and courageous nation!

Please contact us if you need help due to Covid-19!

Resources For All

Latest Federal Guidelines and Resources:

Texas Response:
Latest news and resources from Governor Abbott

Information from the CDC: 
What to do if you’re sick
Symptoms and testing
Prevention tips

National Resources

Center for Disease Control
Phone: 800-232-4636

United States Department of Labor
Phone: 1-866-487-2365

United States Department of Education
Telephone: 1-800-872-5327

U.S. Small Business Administration
To access long-term, low-interest Economic Injury Disaster Loans to help local small businesses recover.
Phone: 800-659-2955

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Emergency Waivers & Declarations for Truck Drivers
Phone: 877-831-2250

If you’re in need or looking to help our TX-11 community, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to you. These are unsettling times but the best of our community will always prevail with compassion, kindness, and support. We’re all #InItTogether.

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