Here's a look at the locations in Pennsylvania's 16th Congressional District that Rep. Smucker has visited to meet, hear from, and engage with constituents.
Since the start of the 115th Congress:
Rep. Smucker and his staff traveled more than 18,000 miles in his congressional district to meet with constituents.
Rep. Smucker has hosted 502 meetings with constituents in his downtown Lancaster office, Chester County mobile office, Berks County mobile office, and his Washington, D.C. office.
Rep. Smucker has visited or participated in 158 events with local businesses, schools, civic organizations, forums with constituents, or community resource centers.
Rep. Smucker's casework staff completed 1,808 cases, with the average case being closed in just 43 days. Approximately $640,478 was returned to constituents. The top three federal agencies with which constituents requested help were the Social Security Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of State, and Department of Treasury.
Rep. Smucker brought numerous Congressional leaders to the district, including House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Education and the Workforce Committee Chairwoman Virginia Foxx, and Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte.
Blue: Site visit to a school or other educational resource
Red: Site visit to a local business
Green: Site visit to a forum with constituents
Purple: Meeting with local public officials
Yellow: Site visit to a community resource center