Adrian (Adrian) Smith (R-USH03)
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Capitol: 202.225.6435
FAX: 202.225.0207
District: 308.633.6333
Room 502 CHOB- Cannon House Office Building 25 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20515-2703

Residence: Gering, NE
Elected: 2006    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Andrea   DOB: 12/19/1970
Committee Assignments
ChairmanHouse Subcommittee on Trade
Co-ChairCongressional Rural Caucus
Co-ChairU.S.-Japan Caucus
Co-ChairCongressional Agricultural Trade Caucus
Co-ChairHouse BioFuels Caucus
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Health
MemberHouse Committee on Ways and Means
MemberJoint Committee on Taxation
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Work and Welfare
Vice ChairCongressional Western Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Bipartisan Rural Health Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Coalition on Adoption
FC MemberHouse General Aviation Caucus
FC MemberBipartisan Congressional Pro-Life Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Sportsmen's Caucus
FC MemberRepublican Study Committee (RSC)
Counties Representing
Adams / Antelope / Arthur / Banner / Blaine / Boone / Box Butte / Boyd / Brown / Buffalo / Cedar / Chase / Cherry / Cheyenne / Clay / Custer / Dawes / Dawson / Deuel / Dundy / Fillmore / Franklin / Frontier / Furnas / Garden / Garfield / Gosper / Grant / Greeley / Hall / Hamilton / Harlan / Hayes / Hitchcock / Holt / Hooker / Howard / Jefferson / Kearney / Keith / Keya Paha / Kimball / Knox / Lincoln / Logan / Loup / McPherson / Merrick / Morrill / Nance / Nuckolls / Perkins / Phelps / Pierce / Platte / Polk / Red Willow / Rock / Saline / Scotts Bluff / Sheridan / Sherman / Sioux / Thayer / Thomas / Valley / Webster / Wheeler / York


A Gering native whose family has called Nebraska home for six generations, Congressman Adrian Smith was first introduced to politics by his grandfather. Adrian's first encounter with government regulations was when he was a child running a snow cone stand, and he realized at a young age what overly restrictive government policies can do to American businesses.

Prior to his election to Congress in 2006, Adrian worked as an educator, real estate agent, and served his hometown as a member of the city council. He then represented District 48 for eight years in the Unicameral.

In his work on Capitol Hill he has demonstrated steady leadership, a commitment to hard work, and dedication to Nebraska commonsense. Adrian has tackled issues ranging from international market access for Nebraska goods to advocating for rural America and opportunities to help feed the world.

Since 2010, he has served on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Adrian - who is Chairman of Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee - actively promotes market access for Nebraska products in Asia, South America, Europe, and throughout the world. His leadership on trade agreements, such as the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement, continues to open new opportunities for agriculture producers and manufacturers to keep Nebraska's economy strong. He also fought for and delivered tax relief for Nebraska families, ag producers, and small business owners by helping craft the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - the first tax code overhaul to be signed into law in a generation.

In addition to his work on trade and tax issues, Adrian is also as a member of the Subcommittee on Health where he is a champion for lowering drug costs, strengthening American innovation, expanding access to telehealth, and giving every American more control over their health care no matter where they live. He also serves on the Subcommittee on Work and Welfare. A staunch conservative, Adrian has consistently voted against tax increases and government bailouts. He continues to fight for policies to secure the border, defend Nebraskans' Constitutional freedoms, address inflation and our supply chain crisis, unleash domestic energy sources, and promote a strong economy to provide certainty for American families and job creators. He is pro-life.

He and his wife, Andrea, reside in Gering, Nebraska, with their two young children.