Congressman Nathaniel Moran Commemorates Texas Independence Day

    Congressman Nathaniel Moran (TX-01) released the following statement in honor of Texas Independence Day:

    “On March 2, 1836, a brave group adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, marking Texas’ independence from Mexico during the Battle of the Alamo. The story of freedom for Texas mirrors the story of freedom for the United States – born out of a love for freedom, independence, and a belief that they could build out a better life for their families. Generations later, I am proud to celebrate our great State’s history and honor the sacrifices of our ancestors who fought for the Republic of Texas and established the foundation of the Lone Star State’s values – the same values I was raised with and am proud to teach my children. God bless Texas and Happy Texas Independence Day!”

    About Congressman Moran:

    Congressman Nathaniel Moran moved to rural East Texas just a few months before he turned two years old. Congressman Moran attended the United States Military Academy at West Point for two years before transferring to Texas Tech University, where he ultimately earned his B.A., MBA, and law degree. Upon graduation from law school, Nathaniel and his wife Kyna moved to Tyler, where Nathaniel began practicing law and Kyna began teaching elementary school. He would go on to become a small business owner in Tyler – running both a law firm and a staffing company.

    Congressman Moran began his career in public service as a member of the Tyler City Council from 2005-2009. In 2016, Nathaniel was appointed as the Smith County Judge. During his time as Judge, he served as presiding officer of the Commissioners Court, Chief Budget Officer, judge of the Constitutional County Court, Chair of the Juvenile Board, Head of Emergency Management, and Chief Administrative Officer of the County. In 2018, he was elected to a full four-year term as County Judge. He continued in this role until his election to U.S. Congress in 2022.

    Congressman Moran and his wife, Kyna, are the proud parents of four school-aged children.

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