Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-N.J., announces that would break his term limits pledge and consider running for re-election to a seventh term in 2006 as a member of Congress representing New Jersey's 2nd Congressional District, during a press conference on the steps of Vineland City Hall, Monday 7/7/03. While LoBiondo remains a proponent of term limits for all members of Congress, a limit on the 2nd district, LoBiondo believes, would serve as a disadvantage to South Jersey. Press Archives

South Jersey Congressman Frank LoBiondo will be speaking in front of the Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce Tuesday afternoon about current federal issues as well as economic development in the area. 

LoBiondo, R-2nd, announced earlier this month that he would not be seeking re-election to the House of Representatives in 2018, ending a career in congress that has spanned over two decades. 

“From Day One I have always put South Jersey first and people before politics, giving 200 percent to representing our interests while promoting our way of life,” LoBiondo said when he announced his retirement. “From increasing veterans’ services and strengthening the footprint of our homeland security bases to growing our aviation industry and protecting our tourism-based economy through beach-replenishment projects, I am immensely proud of the record I have accomplished.”

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