99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Clem Smith
Clem Smith
District 085

Years Served:
Hometown:Velda Village Hills
Counties:St. Louis
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 105-C
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Legislative Assistant:Jill Ott 
District Address
Address:Rep. Clem Smith
P.O. Box 210851

St. Louis MO  63121 
Rep. Clem Smith, a Democrat, represents parts of St. Louis County (District 85) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.

In addition to his legislative duties, Rep Smith works as a Refinery Operator and Secretary of the Missouri Democratic Party. He is a member of the International Union of operating Engineers Local 399, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and Albert Holman #179 F&AM-PHA. Smith also serves on the Executive Board of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators.

Rep. Smith is a graduate of Clayton High School, and received his bachelor's degree from Columbia College.
Sponsored Bills
HB 1811 - (5377H.01I)
Establishes the College Credit Disclosure Act that requires a higher education institution to disclose its unaccredited status to students before enrollment
HB 1812 - (5375H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding school accreditation and student transfers
HB 1813 - (5360H.01I)
Raises the daily amount a wrongfully imprisoned person may receive from $50 to $128
HB 1814 - (5351H.01I)
Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot without being required to state a reason.
HB 1815 - (5362H.01I)
Requires certain police officers to be paid a minimum wage of twenty dollars per hour
HB 2185 - (5901H.01I)
Removes the statute of limitations for certain actions regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child
HB 2710 - (6749H.01I)
Prohibits the placement of bumper stickers or decals that promote certain causes on state vehicles
HCR 54 - (5413H.01I)
Strongly urges the U.S. Army to explain chemical testing that occurred in St. Louis in the 1950s and 1960s and requests the federal government to conduct a study on the health effects of such tests
HJR 101 - (6757H.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment changing how judges are selected to certain courts
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation