Ronny (Ronny) Jackson (R-USH13)
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Capitol: 202.225.3706
FAX: 202.225.3486
District: 940.285.8000
Room 118 CHOB- Cannon House Office Building 25 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20515-4313

Residence: Amarillo, TX
Elected: 2020    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Jane Ely   DOB: 5/4/1967
Committee Assignments
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Military Personnel
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Global Human Rights
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Middle East, North Africa, and Global Counterterrorism
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces
MemberHouse Committee on Foreign Affairs
MemberHouse Committee on Armed Services
FC MemberRepublican Study Committee (RSC)
FC MemberCongressional Sportsmen's Caucus
Counties Representing
Archer / Armstrong / Baylor / Briscoe / Carson / Childress / Clay / Collingsworth / Cooke / Cottle / Dallam / Deaf Smith / Dickens / Donley / Floyd / Foard / Gray / Hall / Hansford / Hardeman / Hartley / Hemphill / Hutchinson / Jack / King / Knox / Lipscomb / Montague / Moore / Motley / Ochiltree / Oldham / Potter / Randall / Roberts / Sherman / Swisher / Wheeler / Wichita / Wilbarger / Wise


Dr. Ronny Jackson was raised in Levelland, Texas where he learned the value of family, faith, and hard work. After working as a roustabout in the West Texas oilfields, he paid his way through undergraduate school at Texas A&M University. Following graduation from medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch, he began active-duty service in the United States Navy.

With unique training in undersea medicine, he utilized his talents while assigned to locations ranging from Panama City, Florida to Sigonella, Italy. Dr. Jackson would later complete his residency in Emergency Medicine, finishing at the top of his class. Soon thereafter, he deployed to Iraq to lead Resuscitative Medicine efforts on the battlefield for a combat Surgical Shock Trauma Platoon.

While serving in Iraq, he was called back to the states to serve in the White House Medical Unit during President George W. Bush's Administration. Dr. Jackson would ultimately lead the White House Medical Unit as Physician to the President during the Obama and Trump Administrations. In January 2019, President Donald J. Trump appointed him as Chief Medical Advisor and Assistant to the President.

In December 2019, after 25 years of distinguished service to his country, Dr. Jackson retired from the United States Navy as a Rear Admiral. He returned to the great State of Texas and ran for U.S. Congress. Dr. Jackson was elected to serve Texas' 13th Congressional District in November 2020. His committee assignments include the House Armed Services Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Dr. Jackson is happily married to his wife of 29 years, Jane. The couple has three children. Their oldest, Libby, holds an MBA from Mount St. Mary's University and works in the national security sector. Their middle child, Ben, is a Navy Officer and proud graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. Their youngest, Matthew, is a high school student with aspirations of attending the U.S. Naval Academy and flying helicopters for the U.S. Marine Corps.