The Christian Science Monitor

‘Don’t be a jerk, and don’t be a socialist’: Will Hurd’s advice for 2022

In his six years in Congress, Will Hurd gained a reputation as a pragmatic, problem-solving Republican. In a polarized, culture wars-fixated political climate, he focused on tackling big issues like immigration and national security in a bipartisan way.

A native of San Antonio, Texas, Mr. Hurd graduated from Texas A&M University in 2000 with a degree in computer science – an interest that has guided his pursuits ever since. 

After college, he served in the CIA for nearly a decade, primarily in the Middle East and South Asia, before joining the Crumpton Group, where he focused on cybersecurity. Elected in 2014 as one of the few Black Republicans in Congress – representing a vast, majority-Hispanic swing district stretching across West Texas – Mr. Hurd was

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