BELLEVIEW, MO – On August 2, 2017, Congressman Jason Smith stopped at Campbell Farm as part of his 5th annual focus on farms and talked with owner Josh Campbell about issues he faces on a daily basis.
Whether it is a border you can walk across or a border you can launch a missile across, it is the responsibility of Congress and the President to protect our country from those who wish to harm the United States. The last administration drew lines in the sand with foreign countries and let them blow away over and over again.
Time away from family and friends, missing the birth of their sons and daughters, deployed overseas during holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, anniversaries gone by… these are just a few things the men and women who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces give up in order to defend our freedom.
Growing up in rural Missouri, I knew if I didn’t feed our animals by 6am, I was going to be in trouble. Starting the day with this chore was essential to the rest of the day on the farm going smoothly.
In June, with the support of President Trump, we acted to give US Customs and Border Protection more resources to secure our border by making it easier for them to hire our brave military veterans and law enforcement officers.
Being an American makes me feel proud, fortunate and humbled all at the same time. Proud that our Founding Father’s vision became a reality. Fortunate because I was lucky enough to be born in this incredible, free nation and humbled by the blessing of serving our country in Congress.
We are barely halfway into the year, and Senate Liberals are ignoring the will of the American people and obstructing the democratic process yet again.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, Congressman Jason Smith led the entire Missouri Congressional Delegation in calling for continued usage of Missouri driver’s licenses as the state begins the process of compliance with the REAL ID Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-13).
In the early morning hours of June 14 – in the middle of a picturesque American backdrop – a gunman targeted Members of Congress and opened fire on a baseball field in Virginia where they were practicing for their annual charity baseball game.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Jason Smith hosted Lauren Harris from the SE-MA-NO Electric Cooperative who was participating in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.
Congressman Smith offered his congratulations to the newly sworn in officials from Texas County.
On Wednesday January 4th, Congressman Smith met with Vice President-elect Mike Pence to discuss how Congress is going to work with the Trump Administration to provide relief for Americans struggling under Obamacare.
Congressman Smith is pleased to hear that Hartmann US will begin production in Rolla in January 2017. Hartmann produces egg cartons that are used around the world.