Meet New Jersey’s Four New Members to Congressional Delegation

Updated Contact Information for NJ’s Elected Officials Now Available

Last month, four new members of Congress were sworn in and joined New Jersey’s delegation in Washington, D.C. These new members from New Jersey were elected to Congress in November 2019.

Monarch Housing has updated its Congressional Contact list. The list contains all of the information that you will need to email, call, tag on facebook or tweet New Jersey’s delegation to Congress.

U.S. Representative Jefferson Van Drew (D-NJ-2) represents New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District. A member of the Democratic Party, Congressman Drew served as the New Jersey State Senator from the 1st Legislative District from 2008 to 2018. He previously represented the same district in the New Jersey General Assembly from 2002 to 2008. He is a dentist by occupation.

U.S. Representative Andy Kim (D-NJ-3) represents New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District. Congressman Kim is a former diplomat.

U.S. Representative Tom Malinowski (D-NJ-7) represents New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District. Congressman Malinowski served as Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor from 2014 to 2017. A Democrat, he is the U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 7th congressional district, a rural and suburban district, having defeated Republican incumbent Leonard Lance in the November 2018 midterm election.

U.S. Representative Mike Sherrill (D-NJ-11) represents New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District. Congresswoman Sherrill is a former United States Navy helicopter pilot and a former federal prosecutor.

You can call or email today the newest of New Jersey’s members in the delegation along with their more veteran colleagues.

The temporary agreement that reopened the federal government is set to expire on Friday, February 15. The reopening of the government followed a 35-day partial government shutdown.

The message to Congress should be:

“Government shutdowns should never be an option. Keep the government open.”

Click here for more details about how to take action today.

Beyond the shutdown, these contacts are the staff to reach out to with any federal funding or policy issues relating to ending homelessness and creating affordable housing.

Click here for contact information for New Jersey’s newest members of Congress along with the veteran elected officials.