San Augustine, TX – October 19, 2022 – Smith County Judge and Republican Nominee for Texas Congressional District 1, Nathaniel Moran, traveled to San Augustine County to visit community members and local businesses. The trip’s goal was to hear from residents, business owners, and elected officials about the issues affecting San Augustine County.
“I am grateful to be able to speak with the San Augustine County community and hear directly from them about the issues they face,” Moran said. “Having these conversations is imperative to me as I look toward Congress and how best to serve the residents here.”
While in San Augustine County, Moran visited with local elected officials and community leaders at a round table discussion with the San Augustine Chamber of Commerce, visited local businesses on the Historic Downtown square, and ended the day at the San Augustine Rotary Club meeting.
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 small business owner.
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. To learn more about Nathaniel Moran, visit www.nathanielmoran.com
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.