Congressman Leonard Lance

Representing the 7th District of New Jersey
  • Lance Visits Computer Science and Software Engineering Academy

    In recognition of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Congressman Lance visited the students of Hunterdon County Vocational School District’s (HCVSD) Computer Science and Software Engineering Academy to speak about the importance of CTE programs and the benefits they have for students.
  • Lance Welcomes Upton To Seventh District Congressional Report

    Congressman Lance today released the next episode of his constituent update program, the Seventh District Congressional Report. Lance hosted Congressman Fred Upton (MI-06), Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, of which Lance is a member.
  • Lance Joins Hunterdon Officials in Trenton

    Congressman Lance joined Hunterdon County elected officials in Trenton last week for the swearing-in of Freeholder John King as President of the New Jersey Association of Counties. Lance spoke at the ceremony in the State Senate Chambers. Pictured left to right are Freeholder J. Matthew Holt, Freeholder Deputy Director John Lanza, Freeholder Director Suzanne Lagay, County Surrogate Susan Hoffman, Freeholder John King, County Clerk Mary Melfi, Congressman Lance, Sheriff Frederick Brown, Assemblyman Erik Peterson and Freeholder Rob Walton. Photo by Mike Hickman Jr. of Mike Hickman Photography.
  • Lance Visits New First Aid HQ

    Congressman Lance today visited the Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad in its new facility. The state-of-the-art headquarters building was completed last year after a successful capital campaign. Pictured are squad members Kari Phair and David Schempp showing Lance some of the new equipment. As a member of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus, Lance has voted to increase federal investments in Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grants. These programs were created by Congress to help address the significant staffing, equipment, training and health and safety needs of our Nation's first responders.