Washington, D.C.— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following President Obama’s call for comprehensive immigration reform:
Washington, D.C— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following the decision by the Department of Defense to lift the ban on women serving in combat:
Washington, D.C.— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following the House Foreign Affairs Committee’s hearing on the Benghazi terror attack:
Washington, D.C.— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following the House Armed Services Committee’s hearing on sexual misconduct at Lackland Air Force Base:
Washington, D.C— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following passage to of a bill to ensure the complete and timely payment of the obligations of the United States government [H.R. 325]:
Washington, D.C.—Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released the following statement commemorating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.:
Washington, D.C— Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following the announcement of Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis’s resignation from her post:
Washington, D.C-- Congressmen Joaquin Castro and Pete Gallego today announced that the United States Air Force has indicated Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland is the preferred and reasonable host for the relocation of the Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) and the Air Liaison Officer (ALO) training school.
Washington, D.C.—Today, Rep. Joaquin Castro (TX-20) was elected Co-President of the Democratic Freshman Class of the 113th United States Congress.
Washington, D.C.—Joaquin Castro was sworn in as the Representative of Texas Congressional District 20 for the 113th United States Congress.
During the ceremony, the freshman Congressman was joined by family, friends, and supporters who made the trip from San Antonio to Washington, D.C.
Great to see so many San Antonians at today's march to honor the life and legacy of César Chávez.
Toyota employs more than 2,700 people in San Antonio – glad some of these hardworking folks stopped by my office today for a meeting.
Humbled to receive the Eagle Leadership Award from the Latino Leaders Network. I was honored to be able to share my grandmother and mother’s story at today's luncheon. It is a story of persistence, strength, and hard work that is not uncommon in America’s Latino community.
The Lead with Jake Tapper
Congressman Joaquin Castro discusses Immigration Reform, the importance of a path to citizenship, and realistic border enforcement.
Bloomberg Interview with Congressman Joaquin Castro on the Economic Benefits of Comprehensive Immigration Reform in Congress.
Congressman Joaquin Castro speaking about the progress of immigration reform in Congress and the importance of a realistic pathway to citizenship when debating objective border enforcement goals.