Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson is serving her 14th term representing the 30th Congressional District of Texas. The 30th District is entirely within Dallas County and encompasses a large portion of the City of Dallas as well as the entire cities of DeSoto, Duncanville, Lancaster, and Hutchins. Portions of the cities of Balch Springs, Cedar Hill, Ferris, Glenn Heights, Ovilla, and Wilmer are also in the district. The Dallas portion of the district is home to the downtown central business district and Arts District, as well as the neighborhoods of Fair Park, Cadillac Heights, the Cedars, Victory Park, Uptown, Oak Lawn, Love Field, Urban Park, Pleasant Grove, Joppa, South Oak Cliff, Deep Ellum, Munger Place, Swiss Avenue, Lower Greenville, Forest Hills, and West Dallas.
Congresswoman Johnson is the first African-American and woman to chair the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee after being elected to the position in January 2019 and is the most senior Texan on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. She is the Dean of the Texas Congressional Delegation and also serves as Dean of the Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona Democratic Congressional Delegation. Upon her election to the House of Representatives in 1992, she became the first nurse ever elected to Congress. Read more.
Link Eddie Bernice Johnson Elected U.S. House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Chairwoman
Staff | House Science, Space, and Technology Committee | January 30, 2019