ERIC SCHMITT, Senator for Missouri

WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Eric Schmitt marked 100 days since being sworn in as a United States Senator and working for Missourians.

“It’s an honor to serve Missourians as their United States Senator, and we’ve had a busy first 100 days fighting for Missourians and pushing back on the Biden Administration’s radical agenda. I’m proud to have already voted on consequential legislation that directly impacts Missourians and asked important questions on commercial transportation safety and military preparedness in various committee hearings. Serving my home state in the United States Senate is a privilege I don’t take lightly, and I look forward to continuing to work on issues important to Missourians,” said Senator Schmitt

Since being sworn in, Senator Schmitt has cosponsored 32 bills:

Senator Schmitt, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, and the Joint Economic Committee, has attended 21 full committee hearings and two subcommittee hearings on topics ranging from aviation safety and innovation to military recruitment, retention, and preparedness.

The Constituent Services team in the Office, which strives to provide world class customer service to Missourians in need, has received 383 cases and resolved 261 cases. The Office has worked cases for constituents across 59 different counties in Missouri and interacted with 45 different federal agencies. Staff in Missouri have also met with numerous constituents and groups across the state.

The Constituent Services team has worked with Missourians affected by the Biden Administration’s passport backlog and achieved 71 favorable passport resolutions with an 85% success rate, ensuring that Missourians receive their passports in time for trips or other obligations.

The Office has also sent 13,081 letters to constituents who write or call the Office about policy issues or votes.