All Texas Elected Representatives Support New Trade Deal


Both Texas senators approve of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a trade deal that's been passed with bipartisan support. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, both Republicans, voted in favor of the bill, which passed the Senate on Tuesday on a 90-10 vote.

President Trump negotiated the USCMA deal, which replaces NAFTA, passed in 1994.

Texas is the nation's largest exporter of international goods, and the second-largest importer.

The state's two biggest trade partners are Mexico and Canada.

Every Texas representative of both parties voted for USMCA when it passed the House last month.

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