See the Congress.gov summary of bills I am involved with, and use the filters to view sponsorship, co-sponsorship and various congressional sessions all the way back to the 105th Congress in 1997-1998.
According to the non-partisan website govTrack.com, its "2016 Report Cards: Serving 10+ Years" in the House shows statistics dissecting the legislative records of the 435 Members of the House of Representatives and five House delegates during the 114th Congress (Jan 6, 2015-Jan 3, 2017), as of Aug 24, 2017. Congressman Smith finishes very high in several of its its compilations:
2016 Report Cards: Serving 10+ Years (House)
Our unique leadership analysis looks at who is cosponsoring whose bills. A higher score shows a greater ability to get cosponsors on bills.
Writing Bipartisan Score
In this era of partisanship, it is encouraging to see Members of Congress working across the aisle. This is the number of bills introduced by each legislator in the 114th Congress which had both a Democratic cosponsor and a Republican cosponsor.
The number of bills that each legislator introduced in the 114th Congress that had a cosponsor who was a chair or ranking member of a committee that the bill was referred to. Getting support from committee leaders on relevant committees is a crucial step in moving legislation forward.
The number of bills each legislator introduced that became law in the 114th Congress, including via incorporation into other bills. Keep in mind that it takes a law to repeal a law. Very few bills ever become law.
[* Note: Over the past 20 years, Mr. Smith is the No.2, with a total of 42 bills signed into law: