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My district office is located at:

221 Main Street

Madison, NJ 07940

phone: (973) 377-1606

fax: (973) 377-0391


hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00pm


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  • Pissed Offvoter
    commented 2016-10-27 00:25:23 -0400
    Quit now. You screwed us by voting for a gas tax increase and we will throw you out of office.
  • Tammi Szeles
    commented 2016-10-07 18:19:43 -0400
    Disappointed that you voted YES to the gas hike. It’s sad that Democrats say they are for the middle class but would vote for an increase that would hurt so many middle class working people. This was not a fair compromise and you should have pushed back on Cristie for a fairer compromise. The only people this bill benefits are the wealthy and the poor.
  • Jean Hartman
    commented 2016-09-08 20:19:02 -0400
    There can be no legitimate justification for some NJ schools to receive as much as $33,699 per pupil from the state. Where is the oversight, who accounts for these expenditures? This is a biased and obviously failed practice. There must be corruption/kickbacks involved since the funding isn’t connected to results! Stop this unjust and unfair waste of our tax money.
  • Craig Rothenberg
    commented 2016-06-27 09:13:03 -0400
    I urge you to vote today on the bill that will help keep guns out of the hands of known domestic abusers. Please support this measure.
  • Effie Pinhasi
    commented 2016-06-06 03:02:01 -0400
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  • David Baldock
    commented 2016-06-04 14:21:49 -0400
    Good Afternoon Assemblyman McKeon,

    I heard that A3876 was introduced in the Assembly about a week ago that would change the age for casino gambling to 18. I was wondering if you could help with this as it seems absurd that an adult of this age can serve in the armed forces and yet not be able to participate in a game of blackjack. California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Minnesota, Oklahoma, New York, Michigan, and Rhode Island have all done this. I also have here three links that appear to explain that senior citizens seem to have higher problem gambling rates than other segments of the population including young people. These take place in Canada where the age is 19 and in Rhode Island where the age is 18. This could serve as evidence against those who are concerned about problem gambling.

    I also found this online. According to this poll, an overwhelming majority of 91% think that it should be 18. Have a great day!😊😊😊👍👍👍

    Have a great day!!!😊😊😊

    David Baldock
  • Rozella Clyde
    commented 2016-05-12 12:59:40 -0400
    I am running for Morris County Freeholder together with Mitch Horn and John Von Achen under the title Morris County Dems for Freeholder, 2016. We are holding a Meet and Greet at my home (33 Carmine Street) on Sunday, May 15th, 2016 between 3 and 5 pm. Mark Dunec has agreed to come and speak. We would be honored if you could also join us and share a few words. I stopped at your office last week and left a message, but have not heard back from you. Thanks, Rozella Clyde
  • Claire Roberts
    commented 2015-10-24 10:50:41 -0400
    I would like for New Jersey to pass the Companion Animal Protection Act or similar legislation.

    Would Assemblyman McKeon introduce this legislation to the Assembly and work actively to get it passed?

    Thank you.
  • Jerome Eben, FAIA, PP
    commented 2015-07-27 20:47:22 -0400
    John: several weeks ago I contacted you and asked if you would look into the long delay that the NJ State Board of Architects takes to investigate illegal practice of the profession. I have been told that this is a budget problem and since the Gov. is busy running for President and has no intention of raising taxes to fund regulating Boards, I am asking you to look into this not on my behalf, but on the behalf of over 7 million NJ Consumers.

    I received today from the NJ State Board of Architects (after 18 months) a Consent Order of suspension of License and a large fine issued to Albert Birch, Jr., RA who had signed and sealed drawings that were prepared by a Mr. Claude Jones who is not an architect. In fact the drawings that he prepared were incomplete and done so poorly that had the project been approved and gone ahead, most certainly there would have been a building collapse. After the drawings were deemed complete by the Zoning Officer, Mr. Jones then appeared before the West Orange ZBA, to offer up testimony on behalf of his client. He lied under oath that he was an architect since 1976 with a so called limited practice in several urban communities east and south of WO. The ZBA did not approve the project based on the fact that the Chairwoman at the time was suspicious of Mr. Jones’ credentials.

    Please look into why the NJ State Board of Architects took 18 months to investigate this case. There is something (besides just budget concerns) as to why

    a clear black and white issue of illegal practice that this was took as long as it did to be resolved.

    If you or one of your assistants need to reach me, I can be contacted on my cell at (973) 902-4900 or by E-mail at

    Thank you


    Jeorme Leslie Eben, AIA, PP
  • Tom Jarick
    commented 2015-03-20 15:05:59 -0400
    Christie criticizes Obama for being a terrible negotiator. Christie then settles with Exxon for 3 cents on the dollar. Who is the terrible negotiator?
  • Theresa Kral
    commented 2015-02-12 11:14:09 -0500
    As a small business owner who has seen expenses rise, margins shrink and regulations skyrocket, I urge you not to pass the Sick Leave Mandate A-2354. My partner and I already sometimes skip paying ourselves and haven’t given ourselves a raise in about 8 years. Small business owners do not have the cash flow to afford another 9 days of pay without work for employees. Most are struggling to survive and this bill would result in many more going on unemployment as businesses close.
  • Frederick Friedman Sr
    commented 2014-10-08 19:23:00 -0400
    I have discovered that veterans in rentals meeting financial requirements for affordable housing are not given preference(HILLSIDE-NORTHFIELD in . LIVINGSTON). It is disgracefull to not give some benefit to those who have given so much.Thank you.


  • Sheldon Gross
    commented 2014-10-07 14:07:27 -0400
    Is anything being done to extend the “Permit extension act?”
  • Daniel Gross
    commented 2014-09-18 15:20:34 -0400
    Food Stamp (SNAP) Challenge feedback. 1) SNAP is supplemental – not meant to be the only purchasing source for food so $4.20 a day is testing the limits of reason. 2) Coffee is not a nutritional requirement, nor are tobacco products, liquor, beer, cell phones, cable TV, internet, etc. 3) Did you use coupons when making your purchases? 4) Taking a JOB, even part time, would provide you with more buying power, If in the food industry, you might qualify for a meal as well. 5) BEFORE you have children, you need to consider whether you can feed, shelter, and clothe them 6) You need to plan and save for your future self, not depend on the GOVERNMENT. 7) If GOVERNMENT taxes it’s working citizens less perhaps there would be more private sector jobs, money to donate to charity organizations – of my choice – and community support for the less fortunate. 8) Government has no money, does not create wealth or jobs, IT must TAKE that WEALTH from the Private Sector, thus depriving the private sector of resources needed to CREATE Wealth! Well intentions GOVERNMENT programs like this never fix the root cause of the problem. Examples – The War on Poverty, The War on Crime, The War on Drugs, The War on Hunger… GOVERNMENT can not fix these things and never will, so stop trying to find ways to spend other people’s money please.
  • Barbara Lyons
    commented 2014-07-02 21:44:59 -0400
    Pluease do whatever you can to help / ensure that the individuals responsible for the murder of Brendan Tevlin are brought to justice as soon as possible