Weber has lived in a 20-mile radius for over 59 years, and been married to Brenda Weber, a retired schoolteacher, for over 37 years. Randy and Brenda have three children and six wonderful grandchildren.
Bachelors, Public Affairs, University of Houston, Clear Lake.
Attended, Alvin Community College.
Founder/Owner, Weber?s Air & Heat Air-Conditioning Company, 1981-present
Grand Jury Commissioner, Brazoria County
Weber built his air conditioning company, Weber's Air & Heat, in 1981 from scratch, and grew his business by using, what his grandfather used to call, 'good old-fashion Texas horse sense and a strong work ethic.'
President/Vice-President, Brazoria County Cities Association
Founder/Co-Chair, Brazoria County Fun-Fest
Brazoria County Republican Party
Chair, Lincoln Day Dinner
Chair, Pearland Area Republican Party Headquarters
Delegate, Texas Republican Party Convention
City Council Member, Pearland City Council, 1990-1996
Chair, Senatorial District 11.
Weber is a member of the Science, Space and Technology committee as well as the House Foreign Affairs committee. He holds leadership roles on both committees: Vice Chair of the Energy subcommittee and Vice Chair of the Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations subcommittee.
Prior to being elected to Congress, Weber served four years in the Texas State House. During his tenure, Weber served on the committees of Environmental Regulation, Public Education, and as Vice Chair of Border and Intergovernmental Affairs.
Deacon/Bible Study Leader/Men's Group Leader
We must create a culture of life in America so that every life is cherished and protected.
Source: www.randyweber.org/issues (05/27/2012)
The constant assault on private property rights that has become common-place in Washington must end.
America needs to get back to our Constitutional principals. The constant assault on private property rights that has become common-place in Washington must end, and the integrity of our elections must be upheld.
Our current fiscal path is unsustainable. Waste, fraud and abuse have plagued Washington for years, making balanced budgets seem impossible. Entitlement spending, and a complicated and burdensome tax code have made job creation and economic growth impossible. We need to fight to preserve America's free-market economy, balance our budget, and return our country to sound economic footing.
The integrity of our elections must be upheld.
We must immediately move towards energy independence, so that we can strengthen our economy, and end our dependence on foreign oil.
We must fight to preserve traditional marriage, so that American families remain strong.
Traditional American values have been the source of our strength throughout history. We must preserve religious freedom, remembering that America was founded, and has long been defended, by religious people.
America needs to get back to our Constitutional principals. We must fight to uphold the 2nd Amendment against those that seek to curtail it. The constant assault on private property rights that has become common-place in Washington must end, and the integrity of our elections must be upheld.
Traditional American values have been the source of our strength throughout history. We must create a culture of life in America so that every life is cherished and protected. We must fight to preserve traditional marriage, so that American families remain strong, and we must preserve religious freedom, remembering that America was founded, and has long been defended, by religious people.
Entitlement spending has ballooned out of control, and entitlement programs are redundant and wasteful. Until we seriously address entitlement reform, we will not be able to balance our budget, and we will continue down the path to financial ruin.
America has long been an example to world, but that example is now being tarnished. Attempts to relinquish our American sovereignty to international organizations that constantly work against us must be stopped.
Federal regulation is killing the economic engine that keeps our great nation running. Misguided bureaucrats are creating new regulations that will kill small business and stifle job creation. We must stop new regulations and begin a systematic review of existing regulations.
The federal government is bankrupting our states and local governments with unfunded mandates. Our communities are not only having to find ways to implement standards dictated to them by Washington, but they also have to find ways to pay for them. We must stop unfunded mandates and return control back to the states.
We must fight to uphold the 2nd Amendment against those that seek to curtail it.
Obamacare is bad law, passed through a flawed process, and it will have a lasting negative impact on our nation. We must repeal it immediately and replace it with sensible, patient-centered health-care reforms.
The federal government's failure to secure our borders is a serious threat to our national security. The constant flow of illegal drugs and gang activity must stop now. Until we secure the borders, we cannot begin to address the issue of illegal immigration and its costs.
We must honor our soldiers and veterans both at home and abroad.
A complicated and burdensome tax code made job creation and economic growth impossible.