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He served from until , 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 in what came to be known as the Mark Foley scandal. Foley resigned from Congress on September 29, acting on a request by the Republican leadership after allegations surfaced that he had sent suggestive emails and sexually explicit instant messages  to teenage boys who had formerly served and were at that time serving as Congressional pages. Foley was elected to the U. House in with 58 percent of the vote, defeating Democrat John Comerford.