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NEW JERSEY 105th Congress 185 NEW JERSEY (Population 1995 7,945,000) SENATORS FRANK R. LAUTENBERG, Democrat, of Cliffside Park, NJ, born in Paters...

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SENATORS FRANK R. LAUTENBERG, Democrat, of Cliffside Park, NJ, born in Paterson, NJ; on January 23, 1924; Nutley High School, Nutley, NJ, 1941; B.S., economics, Columbia University School of Business, New York, NY, 1949; U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1942–46; data processing firm founder and CEO, 1952–82; commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1978–82; commissioner, New Jersey Economic Development Authority; member: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council; Advisory Council of the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University; Helsinki Commission; four children: Ellen, Nan, Lisa and Joshua; committees: Environment and Public Works, Budget, Appropriations, Select Committee on Intelligence; subcommittees: ranking member, Superfund, Waste Control and Risk Assessment; Drinking Water, Fisheries and Wildlife; Transportation; Commerce, Justice, State and the Judiciary; Defense; VA, HUD and Independent Agencies; Foreign Operations; elected to the U.S. Senate November 2, 1982, for the six-year term beginning January 3, 1983; appointed by the Governor on December 27, 1982, to complete the unexpired term of Nicholas F. Brady; reelected 1988 and 1994. Office Listings http://www.senate.gov/∼lautenberg frank [email protected]

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506 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510–3002 ............................... Administrative Assistant.—Eve Lubalin. Legislative Director.—Bruce King. Scheduler.—Derick Mams. State Director.—Christy Davis. One Newark Center, Fourth Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 .............................................. Barrington Commons, Suites 18–19, 208 White Horse Pike, Barrington, NJ 08007

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224–4744 FAX: 224–9707

(201) 645–3030 (609) 757–5353

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ROBERT G. TORRICELLI, Democrat, of Englewood, NJ; born in Franklin Lakes, NJ, August 25, 1951; graduated, Storm King High School, Cornwall on Hudson, NY, 1970; B.A., 1974, Rutgers College; J.D., 1977, Rutgers School of Law; M.P.A., Harvard University, 1980; admitted to the New Jersey bar, 1978; began practice in Washington, DC, 1981; deputy legislative counsel, Governor Brendan T. Byrne, 1975–77; counsel to Vice President Walter F. Mondale, 1978–81; member, New Jersey and American bar associations; board of governors, Rutgers University, 1977–83; elected to 98th Congress, House of Representatives, on November 2, 1982, and reelected for six successive terms; elected to the U.S. Senate in November, 1996; member, Council on Foreign Relations; committees: Governmental Affairs, Judiciary, Rules and Administration; subcommittees: Antitrust, Business Rights and Competition; Constitution Federalism and Property Rights.

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Office Listings http://www.senate.gov/senator/torricelli.html senator [email protected] 113 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 ................................... Legislative Director.—Eric Shuffler. Administrative Assistant.—Jamie P. Fox. One Riverfront Plaza, Third Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 .............................................. State Director.—Deborah Lux.

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224–3224 FAX: 224–8567 (201) 624–5555 FAX: 639–2878

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REPRESENTATIVES FIRST DISTRICT

ROBERT E. ANDREWS, Democrat, of Haddon Heights, NJ; born in Camden, NJ, August 4, 1957; graduated, Triton High School, Runnemede, NJ, 1975; B.S., political science, Bucknell University, Phi Beta Kappa, Lewisburg, PA, 1979; J.D., Cornell Law School, Ithaca, NY, 1982;

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Camden County Freeholder, 1986–90; Camden County Freeholder Director, 1988–90; elected by special election on November 6, 1990 to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of James Florio; elected at the same time to the 102nd Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings [email protected] 2439 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3001 ....................... Administrative Assistant.—David Socolow. 506A White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035 ................................................. Chief of Staff.—David Applebaum.

225–6501 (609) 546–5100

Counties: BURLINGTON COUNTY; cities and townships of Maple Shade, Palmyra, Riverton. CAMDEN COUNTY: cities and townships of Audubon, Audubon Park, Barrington, Bellmawr, Berlin, Berlin Township, Brooklawn, Camden, Chesilhurst, Clementon, Collingswood, Gibbsboro, Gloucester City, Gloucester Township, Haddon Heights, Haddon Township (part), Hi-Nella, Laurel Springs, Lawnside, Lindenwold, Magnolia, Mt. Ephraim, Oaklyn, Pennsauken, Pine Hill, Pine Valley, Runnemede, Somerdale, Stratford, Tavistock, Voorhees, Winslow, Woodlynne. GLOUCESTER COUNTY: cities and townships of Deptford, E. Greenwich, Greenwich, Logan Township, Mantua (part), Monroe, National Park, Paulsboro, Washington Township, and Wenonah. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 08002 (part), 08003 (part), 08004 (part), 08007, 08009 (part), 08012, 08014, 08020–21, 08026–27, 08029– 32, 08033 (part), 08035, 08037 (part), 08039, 08043 (part), 08045, 08049, 08051 (part), 08052 (part), 08056 (part), 08059, 08061, 08063, 08065 (part), 08066, 08077 (part), 08078, 08080 (part), 08081, 08083–84, 08085 (part), 08086, 08089 (part), 08090–91, 08093, 08094 (part), 08096 (part), 08097, 08099, 08101–07, 08108 (part), 08109 (part), 08110

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SECOND DISTRICT

FRANK A. LOBIONDO, Republican, of Vineland, NJ; born in Bridgeton, NJ, May 12, 1946; graduated, Georgetown Preparatory School, Rockville, MD, 1964; St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA, 1968; operations manager, LoBiondo Brothers Motor Express; New Jersey State Assemblyman, 1988–94; chairman, General Assembly Economic and Community Development, Agriculture and Tourism Committee, 1988–94; member: Cumberland County Board of Freeholders, 1985–88; board of directors, Literacy Volunteers of America, Cape May County Chapter; Vineland Rotary, 1987–95 (honorary as of January 1, 1995); board of directors, Young Men’s Christian Association; honorary chairman, Cumberland County Hospice annual fundraising drive, 1992; chairman, American Heart Association, Cumberland County Chapter, 1989–90; founder, Cumberland County Environmental Health Task Force; president, Cumberland County Guidance Center, 1982–84; director, Young Men’s Christian Association, 1978–84; member, Cape May County Chamber of Commerce (honorary as of January 1, 1995); married to Jan Dwyer LoBiondo; two children: Adina and Amy; elected to the 104th Congress; reelected to the 105th Congress. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/lobiondo [email protected] 222 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3002 .......................... Administrative Assistant.—Mary Annie Harper. Executive Assistant.—Carolyn Maloney. 5914 Main Street, Mays Landing, NJ 08330 ............................................................... Staff Assistant.—Crystal Neill.

225–6572 FAX: 225–3318 (609) 625–5008

Counties: ATLANTIC COUNTY. Cities and townships: Absecon, Atlantic City, Brigantine, Buena, Cardiff, Collings Lake, Cologne, Corbin City, Dorothy, Egg Harbor, Estell Manor, Galloway, Hammonton, Landisville, Leeds Point, Linwood, Longport, Margate, Mays Landing, Milmay, Minotola, Mizpah, Newtonville, Northfield, Oceanville, Pleasantville, Pomona, Port Republic, Richland, Somers Point, Ventnor. BURLINGTON COUNTY (part). Cities and townships: Chatsworth, New Gretna. CAPE MAY COUNTY. Cities and townships: Avalon, Bargaintown, Beesley’s, Belleplain, Burleigh, Cape May, Cap May C.H., Cape May Point, Cold Springs, Del Haven, Dennisville, Dias Creek, Eldora, Erma, Fishing Creek, Goshen, Green Creek, Greenfield, Marmora, Ocean City, Ocean View, Rio Grande, Sea Isle, South Dennis, South Seaville, Stone Harbor, Strathmere, Tuckahoe, Villas, Whitesboro, Wildwood, Woodbine. CUMBERLAND COUNTY. Cities and townships: Bridgeton, Cedarville, Centerton, Deerfield, Delmont, Dividing Creek, Dorchester, Elwood, Fairton, Fortescue, Greenwich, Heislerville, Hopewell, Leesburg, Mauricetown, Millville, Newport, Port Elizabeth, Port Norris, Rosenhayn, Shiloh, Vineland. GLOUCESTER COUNTY (part). Cities and townships: Clayton, Ewan, Franklinville, Glassboro, Harrisonville, Malaga, Mantua, Mickleton, Mullica Hill, Newfield, Pitman, Richwood, Sewell, Swedesboro, Williamstown, Woodbury. SALEM COUNTY. Cities and townships: Alloway, Carney’s Point, Daretown, Deepwater, Elmer, Elsinboro, Hancocks Bridge, Monroeville, Norma, Pedricktown, Penns Grove, Pennsville, Quinton, Salem, and Woodstown. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 08001, 08023, 08025, 08028, 08037–39, 08051 (part), 08062, 08067, 08069–72, 08074, 08079, 08080, 08085, 08094–96, 08098, 08201–04, 08210, 08212–15, 08217, 08219–21, 08223, 08225–26, 08230–32, 08240–48, 08250– 52, 08260, 08270, 08302, 08310–24, 08326–30, 08332, 08340–50, 08352–53, 08360, 08400–04, 08406

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JIM SAXTON, Republican, of Mt. Holly, NJ; born in Nicholson, PA, January 22, 1943; graduated, Lackawanna Trail High School, Factoryville, PA, 1961; B.A., education, East Stroudsburg State College, PA, 1965; graduate courses in elementary education, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1968; public school teacher, 1965–68; realtor, owner of Jim Saxton Realty Company, 1968–85; New Jersey General Assembly, 1976–82; State Senate, 1982–84; chairman, State Republican Platform Committee, 1983; former member: Chamber of Commerce, Association of the U.S. Air Force, Leadership Foundation of New Jersey, Boy Scouts of America, Rotary International; former chairman: American Cancer Committee; two children: Jennifer and Martin; elected to the 98th Congress by special election on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings 339 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3003 .......................... Administrative Assistant.—Tom Houston. Press Secretary.—Gary Gallant. Executive Assistant.—Courtney Johnson. Legislative Correspondent.—Scott Rudder. 100 High Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060 .................................................................... District Representative/Business Manager.—Sandra Condit. 1 Maine Avenue, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 ..................................................................... 7 Hadley Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753 ...................................................................

225–4765 FAX: 225–0778

(609) 261–5800 (609) 428–0520 (908) 914–2020

Counties: BURLINGTON COUNTY; that part not contained in the Third and Fourth Districts. CAMDEN COUNTY; municipalities of Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Merchantville, and Waterford. OCEAN COUNTY; that part not contained in the Third and Fourth Districts. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 08002, 08054, 08055, 08731, 08754

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FOURTH DISTRICT

CHRISTOPHER H. SMITH, Republican, of Robbinsville, NJ; born in Rahway, NJ, March 4, 1953; B.A., Trenton State College, 1975; attended Worcester College, England, 1974; businessman; executive director, New Jersey Right to Life Committee, Inc., 1976–78; married to the former Marie Hahn, 1976; four children: Melissa Elyse, Christopher, and Michael; Catholic; member: Committee on International Relations; vice chairman, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs; cochairman, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1995; cochairman, Congressional Pro-Life Caucus; subcommittees: chairman, International Operations and Human Rights; Western Hemisphere; Hospitals and Health Care; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings 2370 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3004 ....................... Chief of Staff.—Mary Noonan. Press Secretary.—Ken Wolfe. Office Manager.—Patricia Coll. 1540 Kuser Road, Suite A9, Hamilton, NJ 08619 ...................................................... Regional Director.—Joyce Golden. 38–A Whiting Shopping Center, Whiting, NJ 08759 .................................................. Regional Director.—Loretta Charbonneau.

225–3765 FAX: 225–7768 (609) 585–7878 (908) 350–2300

Counties: BURLINGTON COUNTY; municipalities of Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Burlington City, Burlington Township, Chesterfield, Eastampton, Fieldsboro, Florence, Mansfield, North Hanover, Springfield, Westampton, and Wrightstown (part). MERCER COUNTY; municipalities of East Windsor, Hamilton, Highstown, Trenton, and Washington Township. MONMOUTH COUNTY; municipalities of Allentown, Brielle, Farmingdale, Howell, Manasquan, Millstone Township, Roosevelt, Spring Lake Hts. (part), Upper Freehold, Wall. OCEAN COUNTY; municipality of Bay Head, Brick, Dover Township (part), Jackson, Lakehurst, Lakewood, Manchester, Mantoloking, Plumstead, Pt. Pleasant, and Pt. Pleasant Beach. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07719 (part), 07726 (part), 07727, 07728 (part), 07731, 07753 (part), 07762 (part), 08010 (part), 08016, 08022, 08041, 08046 (part), 08060 (part), 08068 (part), 08501, 08505, 08510, 08512 (part), 08514–15, 08518, 08520 (part), 08526–27, 08533, 08535, 08554–55, 08561, 08562 (part), 08601–11, 08618 (part), 08619 (part), 08620, 08629, 08638 (part), 08640 (part), 08641 (part), 08645–47, 08648 (part), 08650, 08666, 08677, 08690 (part), 08691 (part), 08695, 08701, 08720, 08723–24, 08730, 08733, 08736 (part), 08738–39, 08742, 08750 (part), 08755 (part), 08757 (part), 08759 (part)

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FIFTH DISTRICT

MARGE ROUKEMA, Republican, of Ridgewood, NJ; born on September 19, 1929; graduated, Montclair State College in New Jersey with B.A., political science and English; pursued interests in government by studying urban and regional planning at Rutgers University; married to Dr. Richard W. Roukema; three children: Greg, Todd (deceased), and Meg; teacher, history, and English, Livingston and Ridgewood, NJ; Trustee and Vice President, Ridgewood Board of Education, 1970–73; chairman, Ridgewood Better Government Committee; member: Mayor’s Advisory Charter Study Commission; New Jersey Business and Professional Women; College Club of Ridgewood; Distributive Education Clubs of American Congressional Advisory Board; active member, board of directors of public service organizations including: Ridgewood Family Counseling Service; Leukemia Society of Northern New Jersey; Ridgewood Senior Citizens Housing Corporation (cofounder); Spring House, residential center for the treatment of alcoholism; Spectrum for Living; awards: National PTA Children’s Advocacy Award; Concord Coalition’s House Honor Roll; U.S. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award; committee member: Banking and Financial Services; Education and the Workforce; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings 2469 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3005 ....................... Administrative Assistant.—Steve Wilson. Press Secretary.—Craig Shearman. Scheduler.—Artemis Rentzis. 1200 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 .................................................. District Administrator.—David Zuidema. 1500 Route 517, Allamuchy, NJ 07820 .......................................................................

225–4465 FAX: 225–9048 (201) 447–3900 FAX: 447–3749 (908) 850–4747 FAX: 850–3406

Counties: BERGEN COUNTY; cities and townships of Allendale, Alpine, Bergenfield, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Emerson, Fair Lawn, Franklin Lakes, Glen Rock, Harrington Park, Haworth, Hillsdale, Hohokus, Mahwah, Midland Park, Montvale, Northvale, Norwood, Oakland, Old Tappan, Oradell, Paramus, Park Ridge, Ramsey, Ridgewood, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Rockleigh, Saddle River, Tenafly, Upper Saddle River, Waldwick, Washington, Westwood, Woodcliff Lake, and Wyckoff. PASSAIC COUNTY; cities and townships of Haskell, Hawthorne, Hewitt, Newfoundland, North Haledon, Oak Ridge, Wanaque, and West Milford. SUSSEX COUNTY; cities and townships of Andover Borough, Andover Township, Agusta, Branchville, Frankford, Franklin, Fredon, Glenwood, Green, Hamburg, Hampton, Hardyston, Highland Lakes, Lafayette, Layton, McAfee, Montague, Newtown, Sandyston, Stillwater (Middleville), Stockholm, Sussex, Swartswood, Tranquility, Vernon, Walpack Center, and Wantage. WARREN COUNTY; cities and townships of Allamuchy, Alpha, Belvidere, Blairstown, Buttzville, Columbia, Franklin, Frelinghuysen, Greenwich, Hackettstown, Hardwick, Harmony, Hope, Independence, Knowlton, Landing, Liberty, Lopatcong, Mansfield, Oxford, Pahaquarry, Phillipsburg, Pohatcong, Washington Borough, Washington Township, White. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07401, 07410 (part), 07416–23, 07424 (part), 07428, 07430, 07432, 07435–36, 07438 (part), 07446, 07450– 51, 07452 (part), 07456 (part), 07458, 07460 (part), 07461–63, 07465 (part), 07480–81, 07495, 07506, 07507, 07508 (part), 07620–21, 07624, 07626–28, 07630, 07640–42, 07645, 07647–48, 07649 (part), 07652–53, 07656, 07662 (part), 07670 (part), 07675, 07820, 07821 (part), 07822–23, 07825–27, 07829–33, 07837–40, 07844, 07846, 07848, 07850, 07851 (part), 07855, 07860 (part), 07863, 07865, 07874 (part), 07875, 07877, 07879–82, 08802, 08804, 08808, 08827, 08865, 08886

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SIXTH DISTRICT

FRANK PALLONE, JR., Democrat, of Long Branch, NJ; born in Long Branch, October 30, 1951; B.A., Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, 1973; M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1974; J.D., Rutgers University School of Law, 1978; member of the bar: Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey; attorney, Marine Advisory Service; assistant professor, Cook College, Rutgers University Sea Grant Extension Program; counsel, Monmouth County, NJ, Protective Services for the Elderly; instructor, Monmouth College; Long Branch City Council, 1982–88; New Jersey State Senate, 1983–88; married the former Sarah Hospodor, 1992; elected to the 100th Congress by special election on November 8, 1988 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the Hon. James J. Howard; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings 420 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3006 .......................... Administrative Assistant.—Tim Yahl. Legislative Director.—Rick Kessler. Press Secretary.—Ted Loud. District Director.—Mike Beson. 504 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ 07740 ......................................................................

225–4671 FAX: 225–9665

(908) 571–1140 FAX: 870–3890

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67/69 Church Street, Kilmer Square, New Brunswick, NJ ......................................... Room 33, I.E.I. Airport Plaza, Highway 36, Hazlet, NJ .............................................

189 (908) 249–8892 FAX: 249–1335 (908) 264–9104 FAX: 739–4668

Counties: MONMOUTH COUNTY; cities and townships of Aberdeen, Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avonby-the-Sea, Belford, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Deal, Hazlet, Highlands, Keansburg, Keyport, Leonardo, Loch Arbour, Long Branch, Matawan, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Navesink, Neptune, Neptune City, Ocean Grove, Red Bank, Sea Birght, Sea Girt, South Belmar, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Union Beach. MIDDLESEX COUNTY; cities and townships of Dunellen, Edison, Highland Park, Metuchen, Milltown, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Old Bridge, Parlin, Piscataway, Sayerville, South Amboy, South River, Spotswood. ZIP Codes: 07080 (part), 07701 (part), 07711 (part), 07712 (part), 07716–18, 07719 (part), 07720–21, 07722 (part), 07723 (part), 07730 (part), 07732, 07734 (part), 07735, 07737, 07740 (part), 07747 (part), 07748 (part), 07750, 07752, 07753 (part), 07754, 07756, 07758, 07760 (part), 07762 (part), 08736 (part), 08750 (part), 08812 (part), 08816 (part), 08817– 18, 08820 (part), 08824 (part), 08831 (part), 08837 (part), 08840 (part), 08846 (part), 08850 (part), 08854 (part), 08855, 08857, 08859, 08871–72, 08873 (part), 08878–79, 08882, 08884 (part), 08899, 08901, 08902 (part), 08903– 04, 08906, 08988–89

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SEVENTH DISTRICT

BOB FRANKS, Republican, of New Providence, NJ; born on September 21, 1951 in Hackensack, NJ; B.A., DePauw University, Indiana, 1973; J.D., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1976; elected to New Jersey General Assembly, 1979–92; assembly majority conference leader, 1986–89; assembly policy chairman, 1992; member: Long-Term Planning Committee, Overlook Hospital Association, 1982–present, Children’s Specialized Board of Managers, 1982– present; committees: Budget, Transportation and Infrastructure; elected on November 3, 1992 to the 103rd Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/bobfranks [email protected] 225 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3007 .......................... Chief of Staff.—Bill Ulrey. Scheduler/Office Manager.—Karen Cologne. Legislative Director.—Michael Harrington. Deputy Chief of Staff/Press Secretary.—Janet Thompson. 2333 Morris Avenue, Suite B–8, Union, NJ 07083 .................................................... Suite 4, 73 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ 07095 ........................................................

225–5361 FAX: 225–9460

(908) 686–5576 FAX: 688–7390 (908) 602–0075

Counties: ESSEX COUNTY; municipalities Maplewood (part) and Millburn (part). MIDDLESEX COUNTY; municipalities of Edison (part), Middlesex, South Plainfield, and Woodbridge (part). SOMERSET COUNTY; municipalities of Bound Brook, Bridgewater (part), Franklin, Hillsborough, Green Brook, Manville, Millstone, North Plainfield, South Bound Brook, Warren, and Watchung. UNION COUNTY. Municipalities of Berkeley Heights, Clark, Cranford, Fanwood, Garwood, Kenilworth, Linden (part), Mountainside, New Providence, Plainfield, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Springfield, Summit, Union (part), Westfield, and Winfield. Population (1990), 594,629. ZIP Codes: 07001, 07008 (part), 07016, 07023, 07027, 07033, 07036 (part), 07040 (part), 07041, 07059 (part), 07060– 63, 07064 (part), 07066 (part), 07067, 07076, 07078 (part), 07080 (part), 07081, 07083 (part), 07088 (part), 07090– 92, 07095, 07203 (part), 07204, 07208 (part), 07901–02, 07920 (part), 07922, 07974, 08502 (part), 08528, 08540 (part), 08805, 08807 (part), 08812 (part), 08820 (part), 08821, 08823, 08830, 08832, 08835–36, 08837 (part), 08840 (part), 08846 (part), 08853, 08854 (part), 08861 (part), 08863, 08873 (part), 08875, 08876 (part), 08880, 08890

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EIGHTH DISTRICT

WILLIAM J. PASCRELL, JR., Democrat, of Paterson, NJ; born in Paterson, January 27, 1937; B.A., journalism, and M.A., philosophy, Fordham University; veteran, U.S. Army and Army Reserves; educator; New Jersey General Assembly, 1988–96: elected Minority Leader Pro Tempore; mayor of Paterson, 1990–96; named Mayor of the Year by bipartisan NJ Conference of Mayors, 1996; started Paterson’s first Economic Development Corporation; married to the former Elsie Marie Botto; three children: William III, Glenn, and David; committees: Transportation and Infrastructure, Small Business; subcommittees: Surface Transportation, Water Resources and Environment; elected to the 105th Congress.

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Office Listings 1722 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 ............................. Chief of Staff.—Thomas J. Edwards. Office Manager.—Margaret J. VanTassell. Press Contact.—David Filippelli. Legislative Director.—Ross Galin. 200 Federal Plaza, Suite 500, Paterson, NJ 07505 ...................................................... District Director.—Bill Maer.

225–5751 FAX: 225-5782

(201) 523–5152 FAX: 523–0637

Counties: ESSEX COUNTY: cities of Belleville, Bloomfield, Cedar Grove. Glen Ridge, Maplewood, Montclair, Nutley, South Orange, Verona, West Orange. PASSAIC COUNTY: Cities of Clifton, Haledon, Little Falls, North Haledon, Passaic, Paterson, Pompton Lakes, Prospect Park, Totowa, Wayne, and West Paterson. ZIP Codes: 07011–15, 07055, 07024, 07442, 07470, 07501–5, 07508–10, 07512–14, 07524

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NINTH DISTRICT

STEVE ROTHMAN, Democrat, of Fair Lawn, NJ; born in Englewood, NJ, October 14, 1952; graduate, Tenafly High School, 1970; B.A., Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1974; LL.B., Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, MO, 1977; attorney; as two-term mayor of Englewood, NJ, spearheaded business growth and installed a fiscally conservative management team, transforming Englewood’s bond rating from one of the worst to the best in Bergen County; judge, Bergen County Surrogate Court, 1993–96; founding member, New Democratic Coalition; principal cosponsor, Higher Education Accumulation Program (HEAP) Act; two children; committees: Judiciary, International Relations; subcommittees: Crime; International Economic Policy and Trade; elected to the 105th Congress. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/rothman [email protected] 1607 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 ....................... Chief of Staff.—Chuck Young. Executive Assistant/Scheduler.—Mary Flanagan. Communications Director.—Phil Goldberg. Legislative Director.—Jim Wall. Legislative Assistants.—Raffi Hamparian, Heather Pearlman. 25 Main Street, Court Plaza, Hackensack, NJ 07601–7089 .................................. District Director.—Adam Zellner. 130 Central Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306–2118 ................................................ Office Director.—Mike Gallo.

225–5061 FAX: 225–5851

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Counties: BERGEN COUNTY. Cities and towns of Bogota, Carlstadt, Cliffside Park, East Rutherford, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fair Lawn (part), Fairview, Fort Lee, Garfield, Hackensack, Hasbrouck Heights, Leonia, Little Ferry, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Maywood, Moonachie, New Milford, North Arlington, Palisades Park, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, River Edge, Rutherford, Saddle Brook, South Hackensack, Teaneck, Teterboro, Wallington, and Wood Ridge. HUDSON COUNTY. Cities and towns of Kearny (ward 1: districts 1, 2, and 6; ward 3; and ward 4: districts 5–7), Secaucus, North Bergen, and Jersey City. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07010, 07014 (part), 07020, 07022, 07024, 07026, 07029 (part), 07031, 07032 (part), 07047 (part), 07057, 07070–75, 07087 (part), 07094, 07096, 07306 (part), 07307–08, 07310 (part), 07407, 07410 (part), 07452 (part), 07601– 08, 07631–32, 07643–44, 07646, 07649 (part), 07650, 07657, 07660–61, 07662 (part), 07666, 07670 (part)

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TENTH DISTRICT

DONALD M. PAYNE, Democrat, of Newark, NJ; born in Newark, July 16, 1934; graduated, Barringer High School, Newark, 1952; B.A., Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, 1957; businessman; elected to the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1972–78; elected to the Newark Municipal Council, 1982–88; president, YMCA of the USA, 1970–73; member: NAACP, Council on Foreign Relations, Bethlehem Baptist Church; former chairman, Congressional Black Caucus; serves on the advisory council of the U.S. Committee for UNICEF; Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; board of directors: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Congressional Award Foundation, National Endowment for Democracy; widower; three children: elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress.

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Office Listings 2244 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3010 ....................... Administrative Assistant.—Maxine James. Legislative Director/Press Secretary.—Kerry McKenney. 50 Walnut Street, Room 1016, Newark, NJ 07102 ..................................................... District Director.—Richard T. Thigpen. 333 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07202 .............................................................

225–3436 FAX: 225–4160 (201) 645–3213 FAX: 645–5902 (908) 629–0222 FAX: 629–0221

Counties: ESSEX COUNTY. municipalities of East Orange, Irvington, Maplewood (districts 5, 9, 12, 21), Montclair (ward 3 (districts 1–8), ward 4 (districts 2–7)), Newark (wards South, East (districts 22, 25, 29, 30, 32–34), West (districts 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15–43, 45), Central (districts 1–13, 15–24, 28, 29, 32, 34–42)), Orange, South Orange (districts 2, 12), West Orange (ward 2 (districts 3, 4), ward 3, ward 5 (districts 1, 2, 4, 5)). HUDSON COUNTY; municipalities of Bayonne (ward 3 (districts 13–15, 18, 19)), Jersey City (ward A (districts 1–8, 10, 14–17, 19–32), ward B (districts 11–15), ward E (district 27), ward F (districts 2, 3, 14, 16–21, 23–26)). UNION COUNTY; municipalities of Elizabeth (ward 1 (district 6), ward 2 (districts 2–6, 8, 10), ward 3, ward 4 (districts 1–3, 5–12), ward 5 (districts 1–2, 4–11), ward 6 (districts 6, 8, 10, 12)), Hillside, Linden (ward 1 (districts 1–3), wards 2–6, ward 8 (districts 1, 3), ward 9 (district 5), ward 10 (districts 2–4)), Rahway, Roselle, Union (districts 7, 8, 38). Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07002 (part), 07017–19, 07028 (part), 07036 (part), 07040 (part), 07042 (part), 07044 (part), 07050–51, 07052 (part), 07065, 07066 (part), 07079 (part), 07083 (part), 07088 (part), 07101, 07102 (part), 07103, 07105 (part), 07106, 07107 (part), 07108, 07111–12, 07114 (part), 07201 (part), 07202 (part), 07203 (part), 07205, 07206 (part), 07207, 07208 (part), 07304 (part), 07305 (part)

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RODNEY P. FRELINGHUYSEN, Republican, of Morristown, NJ; born in New York, NY, April 29, 1946; graduated Hobart College, NY, 1969; attended graduate school in Connecticut; named Legislator of the Year by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies, and the New Jersey Association of Retarded Citizens; honored by numerous organizations; served in the New Jersey General Assembly, 1983–94; chairman, Assembly Appropriations Committee, 1988–89 and 1992–94; member: Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1974–83 (director, 1980); served on: Welfare and Mental Health boards; Human Services and Private Industry councils; served, U.S. Army, 93rd Engineer Battalion; honorably discharged, 1971; member: American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars; Morris County state and federal aid coordinator and administrative assistant, 1972; married to Virginia Frelinghuysen; two children: Louisine and Sarah; committee: Appropriations; subcommittees: VA, HUD and Independent Agencies; Energy and Water Development; District of Columbia. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/frelinghuysen [email protected] 514 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3011 .......................... Chief of Staff.—Donna Mullins. Press Secretary.—Trent Duffy. Senior Legislative Aide.—Ed Krenik. Constitutent Service Director.—Laura Scobey. One Morris Street, Morristown, NJ 07960 .................................................................. District Manager.—Betty Denecke.

225–5034

(201) 984–0711

Counties: ESSEX COUNTY. CITIES AND TOWNSHIPS: Caldwell, Essex Fells, Fairfield Township, Livingston, Millburn (part), North Caldwell, Roseland, West Caldwell. MORRIS COUNTY. Cities and townships: Bernardsville, Municipalities of Boonton Town, Boonton Township, Brookside, Budd Lake, Butler, Califon, Cedar Knolls, Chatham Borough, Chaptham Township, Chester Borough, Chester Township, Convent Station, Denville, Dover Town, East Hanover, Flanders, Florham Park, Gillette, Green Pond, Green Village, Hanover, Harding, Hibernia, Ironia, Jefferson, Kenvill, Kinnelon, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Hopatcong, Landing, Ledgewood, Lincoln Park, Long Valley, Madison, Mendham Borough, Mendham Township, Millington, Mine Hill, Montville, Morris Plains, Morris Township, Morristown, Mount Arlington, Mountain Lakes, Mount Olive, Mount Tabor, Netcong, Newfoundland, New Vernon, Oak Ridge, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Passaic Township, Pequannock, Picatinny, Pine Brook, Randolph, Riverdale, Rockaway Borough, Rockaway Township, Roxbury, Schooley’s Mountain, Stanhope, Stirling, Succasunna, Towaco, Victory Gardens, Washington Township, Wharton, and Whippany. PASSAIC COUNTY. Bloomingdale. SOMERSET COUNTY. Cities and townships: Bernards Township, Bridgewater (part), Raritan Borough, and Somerville. SUSSEX COUNTY. Cities and townships: Byram, Hopatcong, Ogdensburg, Sparta, and Stanhope. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07004–07, 07009 (part), 07021, 07034–35, 07039, 07045–46, 07052 (part), 07054, 07058, 07059 (part), 07068, 07078 (part), 07082, 07403, 07405, 07438 (part), 07439–40, 07444, 07456 (part), 07457, 07460 (part), 07801–02, 07821 (part), 07826–28, 07834, 07836, 07840, 07842–43, 07845, 07847, 07849–50, 07851 (part), 07852–53, 07856– 57, 07860 (part), 07866, 07869–71, 07874 (part), 07876, 07878, 07885, 07920 (part), 07924 (part), 07926–28, 07930, 07932–33, 07935–36, 07938–40, 07945–46, 07950, 07960–63, 07970, 07976, 07980–81, 08807 (part), 08869, 08876 (part)

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NEW JERSEY

TWELFTH DISTRICT

MICHAEL (MIKE) PAPPAS, Republican, of Rocky Hill, NJ; born in New Brunswick, NJ, December 29, 1960; graduated, Alma Preparatory School, Zarephath, NJ; attended Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ; insurance executive and partner, Pappas Insurance Agency; chairman, Human Services and Education Steering Committee, National Association of Counties; member, National Policy Forum, Republican National Committee; president, New Jersey Association of Counties, 1994; past chairman, New Jersey Judicial Unification Transition Committee; Somerset County Freeholder, 1984–96, serving as director, deputy director, and board of social services chairman; Franklin township councilman, 1982–87; mayor of Franklin, 1983–84; spearheaded Somerset County Youth Council; board of trustees, Somerset Medical Center; past member: Somerset County 4–H Association, Franklin Township Lions Club, Order of AHEPA, Central Jersey Club of the Deaf; Franklin Township Lions Club Citizen of the Year award, 1988; Somerville Area Jaycees Distinguished Service Award, 1992; one child; assistant majority whip; committees: National Security, Government Reform and Oversight, Small Business; elected to the 105th Congress. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/pappas 1710 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 ............................. Administrative Assistant.—Jeffrey Krilla. Legislative Director.—Paul Pisano. Legislative Assistants: Bill Burlew, Jack Grimes. Press Secretary.—Sean Spicer. Scheduler.—Elan Liang. 8 Main Street, Flemington, NJ 08822 .......................................................................... District Director.—Diane Naar. 30 South Street, Freehold, NJ 07728 ........................................................................... Senior Staff Assistant.—Phyllis Deroian.

225–5801 FAX: 225–6025

(908) 284–1138 FAX: 284–2577 (800) 955–2587 (908) 462–8499 FAX: 462–8467 (800) 965–2597

Counties: HUNTERDON COUNTY; cities and towns of Alexandria, Bethlehem, Bloomsbury, Califon, Clinton Town, Clinton Township, Delaware, East Amwell, Flemington, Franklin, Frenchtown, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Holland, Kingwood, Lambertville, Lebanon Borough, Lebanon Township, Milford, Raritan, Readington, Stockton, Tewksbury, Union, West Amwell. MERCER COUNTY part; cities and townships of Ewing, Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township, Lawrence, Pennington, Princeton Borough, Princeton Township, West Windsor. MIDDLESEX COUNTY (part); cities and townships of Cranbury, East Brunswick, Helmetta, Jamesburg, Monroe, Plainsboro, South Brunswick. MONMOUTH COUNTY (part); cities and townships of Colts Neck, Eatontown, Englishtown, Fair Haven, Freehold Borough, Freehold Township, Holmdel, Interlaken, Little Silver, Manalapan, Marlboro, Middletown (part), Ocean, Oceanport, Rumson, Shrewsbury Borough, Shrewsbury Township, Tinton Falls, West Long Branch. SOMERSET COUNTY (part); cities and townships of Bedminster, Bernardsville, Branchburg, Far Hills, Montgomery, Peapack-Gladstone, and Rocky Hill. Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07701 (part), 07702–04, 07709, 07711 (part), 07712 (part), 07713, 07722 (part), 07723 (part), 07724, 07726 (part), 07728 (part), 07733, 07734 (part), 07738–39, 07746, 07748 (part), 07751, 07753 (part), 07754, 07755, 07757, 07760 (part), 07763–65, 07777, 07830, 07921, 07924, 07931, 07934, 07977–79, 08502 (part), 08504, 08512, 08525, 08530, 08534, 08536, 08540 (part), 08541–44, 08550–51, 08553, 08556–60, 08570, 08618 (part), 08625, 08628, 08638 (part), 08648 (part), 08691 (part), 08801–04, 08809–10, 08816, 08822, 08824–29, 08831, 08833–34, 08848, 08850 (part), 08852, 08858, 08867–68, 08870, 08876 (part), 08884 (part), 08885, 08887–89

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THIRTEENTH DISTRICT

ROBERT MENENDEZ, Democrat, of Union City, NJ; born in New York City, NY, on January 1, 1954; graduated, Union Hill High School, 1972; B.A., St. Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ, 1976; J.D., Rutgers Law School, Newark, NJ, 1979; attorney; admitted to the New Jersey bar, 1980; elected to the Union City Board of Education, 1974–78; mayor of Union City, 1986– 92; New Jersey Assembly, 1987–91; New Jersey State Senate, 1991–92; chairman, New Jersey Hispanic Leadership Program; member: New Jersey Hispanic Elected Officials Organization; New Jersey Mayors Coalition; president and cofounder, Alliance Civic Association; married the former Jane Jacobsen, 1976; two children: Alicia and Robert; elected on November 3, 1992 to the 103rd Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. Office Listings http://www.house.gov/menendez 1730 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515–3013 ................... Administrative Assistant.—Michael Hutton. Legislative Assistant.—Pedro Pablo Permuy. 911 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306 ................................................................

225–7919 FAX: 226–0792 (201) 222–2828 FAX: 222–0188

NEW JERSEY

105th Congress

654 Avenue C, Bayonne, NJ 07002 ............................................................................. 275 Hobart Street, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 ................................................................

193 (201) 823–2900 (908) 324–6212

Counties: Essex (part), Hudson (part), Middlesex (part), and Union (part). Cities and townships: Bayonne (part), Carteret, East Newark, Elizabeth (part), Guttenberg, Harrison Township, Hoboken, Jersey City (part), Kearny (part), Linden (part), Newark, North Bergen (part), Port Reading, Perth Amboy, Sewaren, Union City, Weehawken, West New York, Woodbridge (part). Population (1990), 594,630. ZIP Codes: 07002, 07008, 07029–30, 07032, 07036, 07047, 07064, 07077, 07087, 07093, 07095, 07097, 07099, 07102, 07104–05, 07107, 07114, 07201–02, 07208, 07300, 07302–06, 07308–11, 07399, 08861–62