Texarkana, TX – Smith County Judge and Republican Nominee for Texas Congressional District 1, Nathaniel Moran, traveled to Bowie County to visit local businesses and speak with community leaders. The goal of the meetings was to hear directly from residents, the business community, and local elected officials to learn about issues affecting Bowie County.
“It is important to me to hear directly from community members on the issues that are affecting them and learn about their concerns,” Moran said. “It has been a pleasure to spend the day in Texarkana. I look forward to returning to have many more conversations.”
While in Bowie County, Moran toured Mayo Furniture, BWI Companies, and Texarkana Emergency Center & Hospital to learn more about each facility and visit with employees. He also had conversations with local business owners and community leaders at a roundtable discussion with the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce.
In the days to come, Moran plans to continue traveling across East Texas to hear from all residents of Congressional District 1.
About Nathaniel Moran
Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran grew up in Whitehouse, Texas, and graduated from Whitehouse High School. He continued his education at the U. S. Military Academy and Texas Tech University, where he received a bachelor’s degree, an MBA, and a law degree. He is an attorney and owner of two small businesses – a law firm and a staffing company that puts hundreds of East Texans to work every day.
Judge Moran represented District 5 on the Tyler City Council from 2005-2009, and he has been the Smith County Judge since 2016. He is currently the Republican nominee for Texas Congressional District 1 after winning the Republican Primary in March.
About Congressional District 1
Congressional District 1 encompasses 17 counties across East Texas, boasts a total population of roughly 767,000, and spans over 9,674 square miles – which is larger than the states of Rhode Island, Delaware, and Connecticut combined. The district’s boundaries changed following the 2021 redistricting efforts. Portions of the district are currently represented by Congressman Louie Gohmert and Congressman Pat Fallon.