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Visiting Washington, DC

Welcome to my friends from home! While Washington, DC is far different from Texas, I think you will find it a wonderful place to visit. Like our Texas offices, our office in Washington is designed to serve you. Please come by to visit my office. Enjoy your visit!

The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC) notified my office on December 16, 2020, that after consulting with public health officials, the Presidential Inaugural Committee will not hold the traditional mass gathering on the National Mall and attendance at the 59th Inaugural Ceremonies will be significantly limited, due to the global pandemic and the rise in COVID-19 cases. The JCCIC will therefore not be providing tickets to Members of the 117th Congress to distribute to constituents, but instead will make the event accessible to the American people through enhanced virtual opportunities to watch and participate in the inauguration.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to email me at

To schedule a tour of the Capitol Building or one of Washington's other popular attractions, please fill out my tour request form by clicking here. Free public tours of the Capitol Building are offered every Monday through Saturday. Advance tickets for a specific date and time can be requested through my Washington, DC office. Same-day tickets are also available to the public at the Capitol Visitor's Center on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 9:00 am. For these tickets, I recommend that you arrive as early as possible. Be prepared to show photo identification.

The House of Representatives Visitor Information Page also has a tremendous amount of useful information about visiting Capitol Hill and the Washington, DC area.