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Pete Sessions vying to turn good will from Republican revolution into whip votes

October 5, 2015

By Sylvan Lane Dallas Morning News WASHINGTON–As head of the House GOP’s campaign arm, Dallas Rep. Pete Sessions ushered in a record-smashing freshman class in the party’s 2010 takeover. He’s banking on gratitude to propel him to the No. 3 perch in House leadership this week. But while appreciation runs deep among House Republicans, it […]

Conservatives: Pete Sessions, Steve Scalise Helped Mo Brooks Lead Effort To Remove Amnesty From Defense Bill

May 15, 2015

By Matthew Boyle The entire pro-amnesty community’s heads collectively exploded on Thursday evening when the House of Representative firmly rejected—yet again—efforts to use America’s military to justify President Barack Obama’s first executive amnesty. But the untold story is how two members of Republican leadership in particular took a brave stand against the Democrats and the […]

Pete Sessions: Fast-track bill is an important step forward

April 26, 2015

By Pete Sessions As a strong believer in American exceptionalism, I know that when America competes across the globe, America wins. That is why I was proud to work closely with U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to introduce the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015, more commonly known as trade promotion authority […]