Rep. Smucker Selected as Sophomore Representative on Republican Policy Committee
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R-Pa.) announced his selection to serve on the House Republican Policy Committee.
The sophomore class of the U.S. House of Representatives selected Smucker to represent them on the committee, which works to shape policy in the House.
“I’m very grateful to my fellow House members for their support to serve on the Policy Committee,” Smucker said. “If we are going to accomplish things for the American people, we need to promote sound policy. I am excited to get to work with the committee to solve problems facing our nation during this Congress.”
Policy Committee chairman Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Ala.) welcomed Smucker to the committee on Friday.
“I am excited to have Representative Smucker join the Policy Committee team for this Congress,” Palmer said. “With his impressive record of public service and life experience, Rep. Smucker will bring valuable insight to the committee's policy discussions.”
First established in 1949, the Republican Policy Committee acts as a forum for Republican members of Congress to discuss legislative proposals in the House. The committee routinely meets with the Executive branch to improve relationships and carry out national policy.