Frank Pallone

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Frank Joseph Pallone Jr. (born October 30, 1951) is the U.S.wikipedia
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United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce

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Pallone is the current Chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee. In 2014, Pallone defeated fellow Rep. Anna Eshoo 100 to 90 in a secret-ballot vote to becoming the ranking member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.

New Jersey's 6th congressional district

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;1992–2008After redistricting, Pallone's district was renumbered as the 6th District.
New Jersey's Sixth Congressional District is represented by Democrat Frank Pallone (1993 - present).

Mike Ferguson (New Jersey politician)

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In 1998, he defeated Republican teacher Mike Ferguson 57%-40%.
Ferguson originally sought office in the 6th Congressional District in 1998, but was defeated by Democratic incumbent Frank Pallone.

Anna C. Little

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Pallone was challenged by Republican nominee Anna C. Little.
She ran for congress in New Jersey's 6th congressional district, and lost to Democratic incumbent Frank Pallone.

James J. Howard

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;1988–1990In March 1988, 23-year incumbent U.S. Congressman James Howard (D-Spring Lake Heights) of New Jersey's 3rd congressional district died in office.
Frank Pallone filled the seat vacated by Howard's death in 1988.

Long Branch, New Jersey

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Prior to being elected to the House, Pallone was a member of the Long Branch city council from 1982 to 1988.
Frank Pallone (born 1951), member of the United States House of Representatives since 1988, who served on the Long Branch city council from 1982 to 1988.

Joe Kyrillos

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In the general election, he defeated Republican State Senator Joe Kyrillos 52%-45% and nine other candidates.
In 1992, Kyrillos ran for the United States House of Representatives but was defeated by incumbent Democrat Frank Pallone in a competitive race, falling short by about 10 points.

Anna Eshoo

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In 2014, Pallone defeated fellow Rep. Anna Eshoo 100 to 90 in a secret-ballot vote to becoming the ranking member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
;2014After a bitter race that brought to the fore some dissatisfaction over party leadership, regarded as a proxy battle between Steny Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi, Eshoo lost a party vote to Frank Pallone for ranking member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

New Jersey's 3rd congressional district

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;1988–1990In March 1988, 23-year incumbent U.S. Congressman James Howard (D-Spring Lake Heights) of New Jersey's 3rd congressional district died in office.

Frank Lautenberg

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The slot eventually went to Sen. Frank Lautenberg who ended up winning the general election.
The New Jersey Democratic Party made overtures to the retired Senator Bradley, who declined, and to Congressmen Robert Menendez and Frank Pallone, who were both in the middle of their own campaigns for re-election, and thus were unavailable.

Congressional Progressive Caucus

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Congressional Progressive Caucus
Frank Pallone (NJ-6, Long Branch)

Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act

Pallone opposed the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019; 113th Congress), which passed in both the House and the Senate.
amounts as are provided in advance in appropriation Acts." The opposition also suggested that "perhaps this purely symbolic legislation is an effort to distract attention from the House Majority's actual record of support for biomedical research --a record which has been dismal in recent years." Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-NJ) said that the bill was "a disingenuous and empty attempt by the Republicans to divert attention from the fact that they have voted to cut research time and time again."

United States House Energy Subcommittee on Communications and Technology

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United States House Energy Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change

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Subcommittee on Environment and Economy

United States House Energy Subcommittee on Health

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Subcommittee on Health (Former Ranking Member)

Jon Corzine

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In 2004-2005, Pallone considered a gubernatorial bid against embattled and unpopular Gov. Jim McGreevey but ended up supporting eventual party nominee winner, then-Senator Jon Corzine.
Speculation was that he would appoint a Democrat from one of the congressional districts in New Jersey, perhaps Congressmen Rob Andrews, Rush Holt, or Frank Pallone.

Bernard J. Dwyer

Redistricting after the 1990 Census had merged his district with that of fellow Democrat Frank Pallone.

United States House of Representatives

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Frank Joseph Pallone Jr. (born October 30, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for, serving since 1988.

New Brunswick, New Jersey

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The 6th district, numbered as the 3rd district from 1988 to 1993, is located in the north-central part of the state and includes New Brunswick, Edison, Piscataway and Asbury Park.