August 19th, 1977
Will Hurd is born in San Antonio, TX to Bob and Mary Alice Hurd.
Will graduates from John Marshall High School in San Antonio, TX and gets ready to head to Texas A&M University the next fall.
November 18, 1999
While serving as Student Body President of Texas A&M University, Will Hurd leads the Aggie community through one of its most difficult times when the Aggie Bonfire collapsed in the early morning hours taking the lives of 12 former students.
May 16, 2000
Will graduates from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in computer science. His first job is already lined up. Will will travel to the "Farm" to be trained as an undercover CIA officer that fall.
October 12, 2000
On his way to Washington, D.C. from San Antonio the USS Cole is attacked by Al-Qaeda suicide bombers in the Gulf of Aden. The attack kills 17 crew members and injures 39. This will become Will's first assignment in the CIA.
September 11, 2001
Will is training in Washington, D.C. on the morning of September 11, 2001 when Al-Qaeda terrorists take over passengers and airplanes and crash them into the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon and a field in Shanksville, PA. The city is locked down, but Will has to hike over 15 miles by foot each way to report to Langley and begin the mission of what would be The War on Terror.
August 19, 2009
After serving for nearly a decade in the CIA on the front lines of The War on Terror in D.C., India, Pakistan, New York and Afghanistan, Will Hurd announces that he will be running for Congress in the 23rd Congressional District of Texas on his 32nd birthday.
April 13, 2010
After winning the first round of the Republican Primary that March, Will loses a runoff election against eventual Congressman Quico Canseco by just over 700 votes.
July 1, 2010
Will joins an old colleague from the CIA as a partner at his business consulting firm, Crumpton Group. They help businesses around the U.S. break into emerging markets around the globe. At the same time Will becomes a founder of a cybersecurity firm, FusionX, where they help business create secure cyber infrastructure.
June 3, 2014
Feeling the call once again for public service, Will announces his intention to run in the 2014 Republican Primary for the 23rd Congressional District of Texas.
May 27, 2014
This time, Will beats former Congressman Quico Canseco in the runoff election by 20 points and will face Congressman Pete Gallego in the General Election that fall.
November 4, 2014
Will defeats incumbent Congressman Pete Gallego in the General Election by just over 2,500 votes. Immediately following his election he does a tour of all 29 counties to get his marching orders before he is sworn in to Congress.
January 6, 2015
Will is sworn in as the Representative from the 23rd Congressional District of Texas.
May 19, 2015
Will’s first bill was signed into law - bipartisan legislation which stabilized paychecks for Border Patrol Agents. In his first term, Will had more pieces of legislation signed into law than any other member in the 114th Congress.
November 8, 2016
The first incumbent to win re-election in ten years, the voters of TX-23 sent Will back to Washington to continue fighting for families and delivering for the district.
June 2, 2017
Will worked with Senator Cornyn to enact the American Law Enforcement Heroes Act, which provides incentivizes to local law enforcement agencies to hire military veterans. This is one of 12 pieces of legislation Will has had signed into law since taking office.