The Washington Democrat called out the extremism on both sides of the political aisle, stating it needs to be addressed.
"The extremism on both the left and right side of our political spectrum is a threat to a healthy, functioning democracy and has been condoned for far too long. The simple truth is that extremism on both sides is degrading to our political system and must be rooted out for our democracy to be able to persist," he said.
"The world is increasingly complicated and full of tough challenges that require strong leaders. I am committed to taking on these challenges and this act of vandalism has only made me more determined to remain in politics to ensure that we resolve our differences in a peaceful way that truly reflects representative democracy," Smith added.
Smith isn't the only Congressman to be targeted in acts of vandalism related to the Israel-Hamas war.
California Republican Rep. David Valadao's Hanford, California office was vandalized by anti-Israel activists on Nov. 27.
"This morning, my Hanford office was vandalized by anti-Israel protestors. I strongly support the right to peaceful protest, but violence and vandalism are never acceptable. In a democracy, harassment and intimidation is not how you make your voice heard," Rep. Valadao posted on X.
A picture posted by the California Republican shows the office covered in "Murdered by Israel" posters and fake blood.
Fox News' Stepheny Price contributed to this report.