Rep. Thomas Massie

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Congressman, Kentucky 4th District

U.S. Representative Thomas Massie entered Congress in November 2012 after serving as Lewis County Judge Executive. He represents Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District which stretches across Northern Kentucky and 280 miles of the Ohio River.<br /> <br /> U.S. Representative Massie attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. During school, he invented a technology that enabled people to interact with computers using their sense of touch, and leveraged that technology to found SensAble Technologies, Inc., which raised over $32 million of venture capital, created 70 jobs, and obtained 24 patents. The hardware and software he developed is now used to design automobiles, jewelry, shoes, dental prosthetics, and even reconstructive implants for wounded soldiers.<br /> <br /> In Congress, Thomas serves on three committees: the House Committee on Transportation &amp; Infrastructure, the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.<br /> <br /> The House Committee on Transportation &amp; Infrastructure has jurisdiction over roads, bridges, mass transit, railroads, aviation, maritime and waterborne transit. Thomas’s selection to the Oversight and Government Reform Committee puts him in a position to hold the federal government accountable to taxpayers. Further, Rep. Massie's background from MIT and the high-tech business world makes him uniquely qualified to serve his state and country on the Science, Space, and Technology Committee.<br /> <br /> Congressman Massie was rated higher than any other Kentucky Representative by Freedomworks, the Club for Growth, Heritage, and the National Taxpayer's Union based on his voting record in the 113th Congress.<br /> <br /> Thomas lives on a cattle farm in Kentucky with his wife and high school sweetheart, Rhonda, and their four children.<br /> <br /> He’s honored to be able to serve the citizens of Kentucky’s 4th District.