The San Antonio Chamber, along with the Hispanic Chamber, the South San Antonio Chamber, the North San Antonio Chamber, and IBC Bank, is hosting San Antonio Conversations featuring U.S. Senators Cory Gardner (CO) and Jerry Moran (KS) along with Senator and Majority Whip John Cornyn. The Senators will sit down with Texas Tribune Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith to discuss what lies ahead for the new Congress. Join us on Monday, October 3 at Noon at the Westin Riverwalk Hotel.Register today!
This event is a great opportunity for business and community leaders to meet the Senators and inform them of some of the most important issues facing our San Antonio business community.
Senator Moran sits on various Senate Committees, including Commerce, Science and Transportation; Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Appropriations; and Veterans’ Affairs. Through his work on the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, Senator Moran continues his long-time commitment to strengthening the economy, opening up foreign markets to U.S. exports, and fostering the growth of small businesses.
Senator Gardner began serving in the Colorado House of Representatives in 2005, where he spent time as the Minority Whip and became known for his expertise in natural resource and agriculture policy. He currently sits on several Senate Committees, including Energy and Natural Resources; Small Business and Entrepreneurship; Foreign Relations; and Commerce, Science and Transportation. He also serves as chairman of theSubcommittee On East Asia, The Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy, where he is working hard to support a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.
San Antonio native, Senator Cornyn was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2002, and is currently serving his third term. In addition to serving on the Senate Finance and Judiciary Committees, he serves as the Majority Whip, the second-highest ranking position in the Senate Republican Conference.
As we begin developing the Chamber’s federal legislative agenda, the event is a great way to lay the groundwork for SA to DC scheduled for February 13-16.