Frank LoBiondo (R-Ventnor), who did not seek re-election last year after 24 years in Congress, has $226,808 remaining in his campaign warchest.
LoBiondo used $1,500 from his campaign account to purchase the desk he used in his Washington office that was donated to Stockton University.
The former congressman, who served from 1995 to 2019, did not make any political contributions during his first three months out of office.
He continues to receive monthly restitution checks for $805 from Andrew McCrosson, his former treasurer who was convicted of embezzling about $500,000 from the LoBiondo for Congress campaign nearly nine year ago.
LoBiondo announced earlier this year that he had formed a lobbying firm.
His 2nd district House seat was won by Democrat Jeff Van Drew (D-Dennis).Frank LoBiondo FEC Q1 2019