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Rep. Clardy "Equal access is the right thing to do regardless of race, color, creed, religion, or geographic location."

Connected Nation Texas recently asked Rep. Travis Clardy (R-Nacogdoches) and other lawmakers to share their thoughts on why expanding high-speed internet to more Texas homes, businesses, and communities is important and explain what action is taking place at the state level to improve connectivity.

Rep. Clardy joined us via Zoom to share why he believes access to broadband is not only critical for his district in east Texas but for all families and communities across the US. Watch his interview below.

Travis Clardy

About Rep. Travis Clardy and his district
Travis Clardy is a small business owner and attorney who get results for our community. Travis and his wife, Judy, raised four sons in East Texas. He knows the challenges facing his district and will work for families, businesses and schools.

Travis has served on the Executive Board of the East Texas Boy Scouts, is a Paul Harris Fellow at the Nacogdoches Rotary Club, is a sponsor of the Heartbeat Pregnancy Center, is an active member of the North Street Church of Christ, participates on the Alumni Advisory Board for Abilene Christian University, and is a member of the Dean's Circle for the Stephen F. Austin State University College of Fine Arts.

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