Representative Frank J. Pallone, Jr.'s Public Statements


Full Name: Frank J. Pallone, Jr.
Current Office: U.S. House - District 6, Democratic
First Elected: 11/08/1988
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 6
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary June 3, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Sarah; 3 Children: Rose, Frank, Celeste
Birth Date: 10/30/1951
Birth Place: Long Branch, NJ
Home City: Long Branch, NJ
Religion: Roman Catholic
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6/11/13 Mourning the Passing of Senator Frank Lautenberg 6/03/13 Pallone Statement on the Passing of U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg 6/03/13 Expressing Sorrow of the House at the Death of the Honorable Frank R. Lautenberg, A Senator from the State of New Jersey 6/28/12 Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) Statement on Criminal Contempt Vote Against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder 10/17/07 Bipartisan Armenian Genocide Resolution will Ensure United States Remains a Moral Leader Around the World 1/18/07 Pallone lauds Completion of 100 Hours Agenda 12/08/06 The Do-Nothing Congress And A New Direction 12/05/06 Democrats Introduce A Bold Agenda That Includes All Americans 10/02/06 Press Release - Pallone: GOP Leaders Should Step Aside From Their Leadership Positions Until Foley Investigation Is Complete 7/24/06 Honoring Tim Friedman 5/18/06 Do Nothing Congress Not Tackling Any Of the Issues Important To the American People 4/27/06 Republican Majority Must Restore Ethics Rules 5/23/05 Pallone Introduces Legislation to Include Senate Filibuster in U.S. Constitution 5/12/05 American People Support Filibuster 5/11/05 Republican Change of Filibuster Rule is Abuse of Power 5/11/05 Abuse of Power Lobbying Reform 5/04/05 Republican Ethics Reversal 4/28/05 Pallone: Republicans Finally Do the Right Thing in Restoring House Ethics Rules 4/27/05 Restore Ethics Rules in House 4/21/05 House Ethics 4/20/05 Weakend Ethics Rules: No Wonder Republicans are so Confident 11/20/04 In Recognition of LeRoy Herbert 11/18/04 Adjournment 11/18/04 Exchange of Special Order Time 11/17/04 Republican Rules Change 11/17/04 Convenient Rule Changing 10/08/04 Unethical Republican House 7/20/04 Do-Nothing Congress