State Representative Mike Smith of Newark was first elected in 2018 to represent in the Delaware House of Representatives the citizens of the 22nd District, which includes Pike Creek Valley and parts of Hockessin and Newark.
As a member of the House, Rep. Smith serves on the following standing House committees: Capital Infrastructure (Bond Bill); Education; Health & Human Development; Revenue and Finance; Labor; Economic Development, Banking, Insurance & Commerce; and Veterans Affairs.
Rep. Smith’s membership affiliations outside the General Assembly include the following organizations: Kids With Confidence Board Member; Newark Morning Rotary Member; Christ Community Church-Children’s Ministry Volunteer; Christ Community Church-Business Team Member; Economic Development Council-New Castle County Chamber of Commerce; Economic Development Committee-Delaware State Chamber of Commerce; Lori’s Hands Board Member; Western YMCA U7 Flag Football Head Coach; Piedmont Assistant Baseball Coach; and Rush Soccer Head Coach.
Rep. Smith is Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships at the University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences.
He and his wife, Christy, have three children: Braedon, Nathan, and Troy.
Spouse: Christy; Children: Braedon, Nathan, and Troy
B.A. from the University of Delaware and M.P.A from the University of Delaware
Higher Education-Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships-UDCHS
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