Congressman Leonard Lance

Representing the 7th District of New Jersey
  • Lance Welcomes Union County Freeholders to Nation's Capitol

    Congressman Lance welcomed Union County Freeholder Chair Sergio Granados and Vice Chair Bette Jane Kowalski to Washington this week for a meeting to discuss County priorities. County Manager Ed Oatman also joined in the meeting. The group discussed workforce and housing issues, Community Development Block Grants and the importance of the Rahway River Restoration Project and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • WATCH: Lance on CNN with Don Lemon

    Congressman Lance sat down with CNN's Don Lemon to discuss developments surrounding the Mueller investigation. Lance was asked about his co-sponsorship of legislation that would protect the investigation from executive interference.
  • Lance Congratulates 2018 Congressional App Winner Ameya Vaida

    Congressman Lance congratulated Ameya Vaida of Bridgewater on being selected as New Jersey's Seventh Congressional District's 2018 Congressional App Challenge winner. Lance was on hand to congratulate Vaida personally at the Congressional App Challenge Demo Day at the Capitol. Ameya was selected for his development of the "DrinkSafe" app that is designed to help monitor alcohol intake and encourage healthy drinking habits.
  • Lance questions FERC Commissioners over PennEast Pipeline

    Today, the House Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing regarding “Oversight of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)”During the hearing, Congressman Lance questioned the FERC Commissioners about potential negative consequences that this approval could have on the state of New Jersey.
  • Lance Announces 2018 Congressional Art Contest Winner

    Congressman Lance announced today that Gianna Lee Biscione, a senior at Bridgewater-Raritan High School, was selected by a panel of judges as the winner of the 2018 Congressional Art Contest in New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District. Ms. Biscione was selected for her pastel portrait submission entitled, "Don't Play Me; Listen."