Randy Weber, a successful small businessman, proven conservative and above all a dedicated public servant was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November 2012 to represent the Fourteenth Congressional District of Texas.
Randy started his air conditioning company, Weber’s Air & Heat, from scratch in 1981. He grew the business by demonstrating the relentless work ethic of a true Texan. After establishing his company, Randy served on the Pearland City Council from 1990-1996. During that time, he was elected to serve as president of the Brazoria County Cities Association, where he developed an understanding of the area’s critical needs and their solutions.
Elected in 2008 to the Texas House of Representatives, Weber earned a record that promotes principled conservative values. During his tenure in the House, he served on the committees of Environmental Regulation, Public Education and as Vice Chair of Border and Intergovernmental Affairs.
As a small businessman, Weber understands the trials and tribulations that our job creators face in today’s lackluster economy. Randy Weber will fight for the economic backbone of our economy by reducing the bureaucratic red-tape and job-killing regulations from Washington that stifle our growth and by cutting taxes on small and family-owned businesses, helping them to develop, prosper and create jobs.
Randy Weber strongly believes in the principles of our founding fathers and knows his city council experience, business acumen and conservative track record are valuable assets in Congress. Randy has stayed true to his principles – and will continue to work hard to earn and keep your trust.
Since being elected to Congress in 2012, Weber has been a vocal leader on reining in the Environmental Protection Agency on the Science, Space, Technology Committee as well as strengthening relations with allies and moving toward a strong policy against terrorist regimes on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
In two years, Randy’s hard work in Congress has not gone unnoticed evidenced by the American Conservative Union naming him an ACU Conservative. He also was awarded the Foodservice Distribution Industry’s “Thomas Jefferson” Award, the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s “Champion of the Worker” Award, and the National Retail Federation’s “Hero of Main Street” Award.
On November 4, Texas District 14 elected Weber to a second term in Congress. In January 2015, Weber was selected to serve as Chairman of the Energy Subcommittee on the Science, Space, Technology Committee, where he will have significant oversight on the Department of Energy and all matters related to energy research, development, and demonstration.
During the 114th Congress, Weber is looking most forward to reintroducing legislation that will defend states’ rights, stem the tide of illegal aliens, hold the EPA accountable and protect our veterans. He also will introduce legislation that will ultimately censure the President for his lawless actions and blatant disrespect of our Constitution. Texas District 14 remains Weber’s main priority, and he will fight to keep the government out of hard-working Texans’ wallets and lives.
Randy has called the Gulf Coast home for his entire life and has been married to Brenda Weber, an Educator, for 26 years. He has served as a Bible Study and Men’s Group leader and as the Chairman of the Men’s Ministry and is a Deacon at his church. A graduate of Alvin Community College, Randy also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Houston at Clear Lake. Randy and Brenda have three children and six, soon to be seven, wonderful grandchildren.