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After leaving Congress, De Lay co-authored, with Stephen Mansfield, a political memoir, No Retreat, No Surrender: One American's Fight.

He founded a strategic conservative political consulting firm, First Principles, LLC.

; born April 8, 1947) is a former member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Texas's 22nd congressional district from 1985 until 2006. House, Tom De Lay was appointed Deputy Minority Whip.

He was Republican Party (GOP) House Majority Leader from 2003–05. In 1994 he helped Newt Gingrich orchestrate the Republican Revolution, which gave the Republicans the victory in the 1994 midterm election and swept Democrats from power in both houses of Congress, putting Republicans in control of the House of Representatives for the first time in forty years. With the Republicans in control of both chambers in Congress, De Lay, along with Gingrich and conservative activist Grover Norquist, helped start the K Street Project, an effort to advance Republican ideals.

He also served for a time as chairman of a group of conservative House Republicans known as the Republican Study Committee, and as Secretary of the House Republican Conference.

De Lay was appointed as a deputy Republican whip in 1988.

This work was the source for his nickname, "the Exterminator".

De Lay was one of six freshmen Republican congressmen elected from Texas in 1984 known as the Texas Six Pack.

The Washington Post reported that De Lay obtained student deferments from military service while in college and that he received a high draft lottery number in 1969 which ensured that he would not be drafted for the Vietnam War.

De Lay graduated from the University of Houston in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science in biology.

De Lay began his career as a politician in 1978 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives. De Lay was elected House Majority Leader after the 2002 midterm elections.

On policy issues, De Lay was known as a strong conservative during his years in Congress.

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