Lucas Announces Run for Science Committee Ranking Member Position

Nov 08, 2018

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-3) announced he will run for Ranking Member of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Congressman Lucas released the following statement:

“I have recently begun informing my colleagues in the House GOP Conference that I intend to run to be the Ranking Republican at the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in the 116th Congress.  As the current Vice-Chairman of the Science Committee, I look forward to discussing my candidacy and vision for the committee with my colleagues.  I will remain an active member of the House Financial Services and Agriculture committees in the next Congress and look forward to serving on those committees under the leadership of Chief Deputy Whip McHenry and Chairman Conaway. Mike is working diligently to get our farmers and ranchers a new Farm Bill before the end of the year, and Patrick will do an outstanding job as Ranking Republican at Financial Services.” 

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