Representative Christopher 'Chris' H. Smith's Public Statements


Full Name: Christopher 'Chris' H. Smith
Current Office: U.S. House - District 4, Republican
First Elected: 11/04/1980
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 4
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary June 3, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Marie; 4 Children
Birth Date: 03/04/1953
Birth Place: Rahway, NJ
Home City: Robbinsville, NJ
Religion: Roman Catholic
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12/01/05 Smith to Focus on Human Rights, Trafficking, MIAs During Visit to Vietnam 11/18/05 Coerced Sterilizations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia 11/18/05 Smith Legislation Urges Romania to Immediately Reform Harmful Adoption Policies 11/18/05 Ten Years After Dayton 11/16/05 Sex Selection Abortion in India a Massive Crime 11/15/05 USCIRF Press Conference: Thank You, Father Kim Il Sung 11/15/05 Smith's Human Rights Subcommittee Urges Russia to Protect Religious Freedom 11/08/05 Religious Speech Limitations in Sweden 11/08/05 Smith Welcomes Release of 2005 International Religious Freedom Report 11/07/05 Congressman Smith Urges Inclusion of McCain Amendment in Defense Appropriations Bill 11/03/05 Smith Votes for Individual Freedom, House Passes Private Property Rights Protection Act 11/03/05 Smith Criticizes Ethiopian Government for Violent Response to Protesters 11/01/05 Smith Hearing Focuses on Crisis in Sudan as First Vice-President Visits United States 10/28/05 Testimony on Human Rights in Central Asia 10/28/05 The Renewed Judicial Assualt on Mikhail Trepashkin 10/27/05 Smith Votes to Block BRAC Plan to Close Fort Monmouth 10/22/05 Congressman Christopher Smith Calls U.N. Report Implicating Syria in Assassination "Extremely Troubling", Will Meet with Amb. John Bolton,Secretary... 10/20/05 Announcing Premier of "Human Trafficking" on Lifetime TV Network 10/07/05 India's Unfinished Agenda: Equality and Justice for 200 Million Victims of the Caste System 10/07/05 Smith's Trafficking Bill Passes Committee, Full House Vote to Follow 10/03/05 National Spina Bifida Awareness Month 9/28/05 House Human Rights Chairman Smith: "Amb. Bolton Right Man, Right Place, Right Time" 9/27/05 Resolution Introduction Statement 9/26/05 Rep. Chris Smith's Statement on IRA Disarmament 9/22/05 Smith Disappointed with White House Failure to Sanction Allies for Trafficking Violations 9/21/05 Supporting Gold Star Mothers Day 9/20/05 Implementing the Microenterprise Results and Accountability Act of 2004 9/19/05 Smith Commends Decision to Redirect United Nations Population Fund Dollars 9/15/05 Smith Statement on Presidential Endorsement of BRAC Closure Recommendations 9/14/05 Smith Lauds Passage of Children's Safety Act of 2005 9/14/05 Smith Condemns Court Decision on Pledge of Allegiance 9/14/05 Stem Cells of Hope, Not Hype, are Curing People 9/06/05 Smith Leads House in Commemorating 30th Anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act 9/06/05 Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of V-J Day and the End of World War II in the Pacific 9/06/05 Calling Upon the President to Issue a Proclamation Recognizing the 30th Anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act 9/02/05 Hurricane Katrina 9/02/05 Smith Promises Federal Help to Katrina Victims 8/31/05 Smith Offers Condolences to Hurricane Victims, Welcomes Opening of Strategic Petroleum Reserve 8/26/05 Smith Reacts to FDA Decision on Morning-After Pill 8/17/05 Smith Concludes Successful Trip to Ethiopia, Heads to Sudan 8/16/05 CDC Investigation a Sad Reminder that RU-486 Continues to Endanger Women 8/11/05 Smith to Focus on Human Rights on Visit to Sudan and Ethiopia 8/05/05 Job Growth Strong: Smith Hails July Jobs Report 8/04/05 Smith Highlights Rapid Advances in Adult Stem Cell Research 8/02/05 Smith Urges Calm in Sudan Following Garang Tragedy 7/28/05 Smith Hopeful Following Irish Republican Army Policy Statement 7/26/05 Smith: Association Health Plan Legislation Helps Uninsured Families Gain Access to Healthcare 7/22/05 Smith Hails Drop in Jobless Claims 7/21/05 RU-486 Kills Women 7/20/05 Smith's Foreign Relations Act Overwhelmingly Passed by House