Reggie Smith knows that border crime isn’t just a border problem. From drugs to human trafficking, it hurts all of Texas. As State Representative, Reggie coauthored legislation to ban “sanctuary cities” and ensure that local law enforcement is provided the tools and resources they need to make our border secure.
While serving on the House Appropriations Committee, Reggie saw firsthand how additional financial resources are needed to combat illegal activity happening along our southern border and coauthored legislation that included:
During the 3rd and 4th special session of the 88th session, Reggie Smith helped pass some of the most sweeping border security bills in the state’s history include:
Reggie Smith was elected to serve as the State Representative for District 62 in November of 2018. Over the subsequent 2019, 2021, and 2023 Legislative Sessions, Smith tirelessly fought for his district in the Texas House of Representatives. Notably, during the most recent 88th Legislative Session, the Speaker of the House appointed Representative Smith to serve as Chairman of the House Committee on Elections.