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Mark Adam Foley (born September 8, 1954) is a former member of the United States House of Representatives.
He served from 1995 until 2006, representing the 16th District of Florida as a member of the Republican Party, before resigning due to revelations that he had sent sexually explicit messages to teenaged boys who had served as congressional pages.
Foley's legislation to change federal sex offender laws was supported by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, America's Most Wanted host John Walsh and a number of victims' rights groups.
Hastert and Reynolds let it be known that if Foley didn't resign, he would be expelled from the House.Hastert said in an October 2 press conference that he would have demanded Foley's expulsion from the House had he tried to stay in office.).Even if Foley had tried to get his seat back, polls showed him losing badly to his Democratic opponent, Tim Mahoney.Foley held a press conference to denounce the “revolting” rumors and stated that his sexual orientation was unimportant, but did not specifically deny the rumors.A few weeks later, he withdrew his candidacy, saying his father's battle with cancer had caused him to reassess his perspective on life (the seat was later won by Republican Mel Martinez).
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Constitution Party candidate Jack Mc Lain was his only opponent in 2002.