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Former Elanco superintendent, 'lifelong' Republican Bob Hollister announces campaign to challenge U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker

More than three months after he filed to challenge U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker in this year’s election, Bob Hollister on Wednesday began officially campaigning for the seat, seeking support from moderate voters who he says feel unrepresented. The former school superintendent’s pursuit of the congressional seat completes his change...

Congressman Lloyd Smucker thoughts on President Biden's decision to draw petroleum

Hanover, York, PA — Congressman Lloyd Smucker weighed in on President Biden's decision to draw petroleum from the strategic reserve. "We were energy independent as a country before this administration. Now, we have to beg people that don’t agree with us and our philosophies to increase production of oil. Now, dipping into the strategic reserve. It’s a strategic failure on the part of our president." Says Congressman Lloyd Smucker, (R) 11th Congressional District.

Utz Brands Is Recognized for Its 100 Year Anniversary by U.S. House of Representative Member Lloyd Smucker

Utz Brands, Inc. (NYSE: UTZ), a leading U.S. manufacturer of branded salty snacks, was recognized today by U.S. House of Representative member Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) for its 100 year anniversary. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: Dylan Lissette, CEO and Michael Rice, Chairman Emeritus Utz...
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Rep. Lloyd Smucker fined $5,000 for flouting Capitol security measures

U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker has been fined $5,000 for bypassing security measures implemented at the Capitol after the Jan. 6 riots. The Lancaster Republican was first notified of the fine on May 20, according to the House Ethics Committee. He appealed the fine, but the appeal was denied on Monday, according to the committee's website.

Congressman Lloyd Smucker fined $5,000 for breaking security rules at U.S. Capitol

Lancaster County Congressman Lloyd Smucker has been tagged with a $5,000 fine for violating new security protocols at the U.S. Capitol last week. According to documents released Monday by the House Ethics Committee, the fine arises from an incident on May 19 in which two Capitol Police Security officers reported Smucker walked by their metal detectors to go into the House chamber to cast a vote, and ignored them when they tried to get his attention to complete the screening.
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Rep. Lloyd Smucker fined $5,000 for bypassing House security

U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker was fined $5,000 for failing to pass through a security screening on his way to the House floor last Wednesday. According to multiple U.S. Capitol Police reports, Smucker bypassed the security screening on May 19 and entered the House chambers, “while disregarding clearly stated verbal directions” from officers.
Lancaster Online

Congressman Lloyd Smucker of Lancaster County is a problem solver no more [editorial]

As LNP | LancasterOnline reported last week, U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker “quietly left a bipartisan caucus formed to help bridge the gap between Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives. The move follows Smucker’s appointment this year to the powerful House Ways and Means Committee and to a leadership post on the National Republican Congressional Committee — two positions typically reserved for party loyalists and not necessarily lawmakers committed to working with members of the other party on legislation. It also comes after Smucker joined 137 other House Republicans early on Jan. 7 to object to Pennsylvania’s electoral votes being awarded to President-elect Joe Biden, a vote cast less than 12 hours after a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump. Smucker was last listed as a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus on Feb. 8, according to the Internet Archive.”
Lancaster Online

Rep. Lloyd Smucker quietly leaves bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus

After years of campaigning on a promise to work across the aisle on common sense legislation, Rep. Lloyd Smucker quietly left a bipartisan caucus formed to help bridge the gap between Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives. The move follows Smucker’s appointment this year to the powerful...

Rep. Lloyd Smucker visits southern border

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Susquehanna Valley Congressman Lloyd Smucker just returned from a trip to the southern border. The Republican from Lancaster County met with sheriffs and border patrol at a tent city in Eagle Pass, Texas. He spoke with News 8 about the situation there. "I want the president,...

FOX43 Capitol Beat: Rep. Lloyd Smucker talks COVID-19 relief, bipartisanship, and voting rights

WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Since returning to Congress under President Joe Biden, Democrats have passed numerous bills through the House of Representatives and Senate without much, if any, Republican support. Most notably, Mr. Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, which is expected to clear the House once again on Wednesday, and get signed by the President.