Congressman Leonard Lance

Representing the 7th District of New Jersey
  • Lance Tours Siemens Facility in Flanders

    Congressman Lance visited the Flanders Siemens Healthineers site recently to meet with employees, as well as tour the newly built manufacturing space and customer experience lab. The staff showed Lance new equipment to improve patient care and speed test results.
  • Lance Presents Flag to Raymond Crisci at Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony

    Congressman Lance attended the Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony for Three Bridges Troop 186 member Raymond Leo Crisci III and presented him with an American Flag flown over the United States Capitol. For his Eagle Scout project, Crisci installed weatherproof benches around the Hunterdon County Arboretum’s Outer Loop Trail. Lance praised the Eagle Scout for the beautification project and his planning, perseverance and sense of civic duty. Lance has attended over 1,500 Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremonies.
  • Walking Tour of Clinton

    Congressman Lance joined Clinton Mayor Janice Kovach and area residents for a walking tour of downtown Clinton this week. Clinton has been designated as one of New Jersey’s Greatest Downtowns by the NJ Chapter of the American Planning Association and the walking tour showed a delegation from NJ Planners the Red Mill Museum Village, the Hunterdon Art Museum, as well as several of the unique, locally owned shops and restaurants.
  • Lance Named a ‘Guardian of Small Business’

    Congressman Lance has been named a Guardian of Small Business by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading advocate for small businesses. Lance was selected for his outstanding support of America’s small business owners in the U.S. House of Representatives. Nearly 7,000 NFIB members are in New Jersey. One of those members, Glen Gardner resident Mike Yates, presented Lance with the award.
  • Lance in Mountainside Recognized As Leader On Senior Citizen Issues

    Congressman Lance has been awarded the "Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award" for his steadfast commitment to our Nation’s senior citizens. Lance was selected by the non-partisan 60 Plus Association and honored by a group of Mountainside senior citizens. The senior citizen honored Lance for his voting record that includes fighting to protect the health care plans senior citizens know and like, preserving Medicare and Social Security for current retirees, ensuring entitlements for future seniors, voting to cut wasteful spending and enacting policies that allow seniors to keep more of what they have saved.