John Cornyn Office Locations and Email Address details and information provided here. Sen. Cornyn was born in Houston, Texas, and grew up in San Antonio, the second of three children. His father was a B-17 pilot in World War II before becoming an Air Force dentist.
Sen. Cornyn graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas with a degree in journalism. After starting as a biology major, hoping to become a doctor, Sen. Cornyn realized science wasn’t his passion and he switched to journalism and worked for the school paper.
517 Hart Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
5300 Memorial Drive Suite 980
Houston, TX 77007
222 East Van Buren
Harlingen, TX 78550
Wells Fargo Center
1500 Broadway, Suite 1230
Lubbock, TX 79401
South Central Texas
San Antonio, TX 78205
221 West Sixth Street
Austin, TX 78701
Regions Bank Building
100 E. Ferguson Street, Suite 1004
Tyler, TX 75702
5001 Spring Valley Road
Suite 1125 E
Dallas, TX 75244
- Born: 2 February 1952, Houston, Texas, United States
- Education: University of Virginia School of Law (1995), MORE
- Height: 1.85 m
- Previous office: Texas Attorney General (1999–2002)
- Spouse: Sandy Cornyn (m. 1979)
- Office: Senator (R-TX) since 2002
Committee on the Judiciary
- Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security
- Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights
- Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security (Chairman)
- Subcommittee on the Constitution
Committee on Finance
- Subcommittee on Energy, Natural Resources, and Infrastructure
- Subcommittee on Health Care
- Subcommittee on Taxation, IRS Oversight, and Long-Term Growth
Senator John Cornyn is an internet company based out of Occidental Tower # 1150, Dallas, Texas, United States. He is also Senate Majority Whip, a party leadership role. Party leaders focus more on setting their party’s legislative priorties than on introducing legislation.
In addition to serving on the Senate Finance, Intelligence, and Judiciary Committees, Sen. Cornyn serves as the Majority Whip, a position that gives Texas a powerful seat at Congress’ leadership table.