Meet Roger

Roger Williams represents the 25th District of Texas in the United States Congress, a
district that stretches from Tarrant County in the east to Callahan County in the west.
Congressman Williams was raised in the Fort Worth area and attended Texas Christian
University where he was an All-Southwest Conference baseball player and named to
TCU’s All-Decade Team for the 1960s.

Upon graduating, the Congressman was drafted by the Atlanta Braves and played in
their farm system for many years before deciding to begin a new career as a small
business owner and the head baseball coach at TCU.

His love of sports has followed him to the Capitol, where he is the coach and manager
of the Republican Congressional Baseball Team.

In 2005, Williams was appointed by Governor Rick Perry to serve as Texas Secretary of
State where he helped usher in unprecedented economic growth to the state. He also
served as the state’s Chief Liaison for the Texas Border and Mexican Affairs.

Congressman Williams was elected to Congress in 2012 and has been the voice for
Main Street America and families across the country. For over 50 years, he has run a
family-owned car dealership and calf cow operation in North Texas. His real-world
business experience has made him an effective leader and legislator.

As one of the few business owners in Congress, he understands first-hand the effects of
increased taxes, government regulation, and bureaucracy that hurt small businesses
and economic growth. In the 118th Congress, Williams is proud to be the Chairman of
the House Small Business Committee and serve on the Financial Services Committee.
Roger continues to prioritize his seven pillars: lower taxes, less governance, cutting
spending, defending our borders, listening to your generals, understanding the 10th
amendment, and always standing with Israel.