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Party Politics, Texas Edition Ep. 7: Special Guest, Congressman Gene Green

Better know a congressman.

  • Houston Matters host Craig Cohen (r) talks to Congressman Green (l) in the Geary Performance Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Houston Matters host Craig Cohen (r) talks to Congressman Green (l) in the Geary Performance Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Brandon and Jay wait for their turn to talk to Congressman Green in the editing booth. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Brandon and Jay wait for their turn to talk to Congressman Green in the editing booth. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Brandon and Jay were pretty excited about talking to Congressman Green (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Brandon and Jay were pretty excited about talking to Congressman Green (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus settle in to record the episode (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus settle in to record the episode (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Jay Aiyer, guy with a microphone for a head, and Congressman Gene Green recording in the Geary Studio (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Jay Aiyer, guy with a microphone for a head, and Congressman Gene Green recording in the Geary Studio (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Jay Aiyer, and Brandon Rottinghaus (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Green makes a point to Brandon (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Green makes a point to Brandon (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Congressman Gene Green, Brandon Rottinghaus, and Jay Aiyer chatting in the Geary Studio. (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
  • Brandon Rottinghaus, Jay Aiyer, and Congressman Gene Green in the Geary Studio (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)
    Brandon Rottinghaus, Jay Aiyer, and Congressman Gene Green in the Geary Studio (Photo Credit: Edel Howlin)

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On this special Party Politics, Texas Edition episode, Congressman Gene Green of the 29th Congressional District of Texas tells all! Or at least a little. Congressman Green was first elected to Congress in 1992 after having already spent 20 years in the Texas House of Representatives and Senate. Early in his Congressional career, Green was appointed to the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, which he’s still doing today. Hosts Jay and Brandon ask behind-the-scenes questions about Green’s many years in Washington, plus they ask burning questions about the number of pairs of cowboy boots Green owns, and more.

Party Politics is produced by Dacia Clay, Edel Howlin and Laura Lucas. Our audio engineer is Todd Hulslander.

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