• President Obama

    "Carolyn has not only delivered again and again for New Yorkers, she's written groundbreaking legislation that is making a lasting difference in the lives of millions of Americans. New Yorkers are extraordinarily lucky to have her fighting for them in Congress."
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  • Attention Consumers: Help is on the way!

    Earlier this year, the CARD act, a bill Carolyn co-authored and President Obama signed into law, went into effect. It is a massive regulation overhaul for the credit card industry, designed to increase transparency and make it easier for consumers to know what they’re being charged for.
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  • Carolyn Maloney - Trailblazer

    Check out this video that debuted at our Women for Carolyn Breakfast in February. Council Speaker Christine Quinn calls Congresswoman Maloney a "trailblazer who keeps blazing new trails." Hillary Clinton praises Carolyn as a "tireless and effective advocate for women in America..."
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  • Volunteer Today!

    We're building our campaign from the ground up, one day at a time. A strong grassroots organization is key to re-electing Carolyn. Join our team today!
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April 22, 2014

Maloney endorsed by Democratic Clubs, New York officials and Working Families Party

NEW YORK -- Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney's (NY-12) reelection campaign today released an initial list of endorsements including 16 Democratic clubs, 21 elected officials, the Working Families Party and Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor, Jr. of Queens. 
"I'm proud to have the united support of Democratic clubs throughout our great city, Democratic elected officials and the Working Families Party," Maloney said. "I'm also honored to have the support of Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor, Jr. Every campaign I've ever been involved with has relied on grassroots activism and support. This campaign wouldn't be possible without the hard work of so many volunteers, the organization of our Democratic clubs and the continued support of my friends and colleagues at every level of government."

The list of endorsements released by the campaign includes:
Working Families Party
Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor, Jr., Queens
Elected Officials
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke
Congressman Joe Crowley
Congressman Eliot Engel
Congressman Steve Israel
Congressman Hakeem Jeffries
Congresswoman Nita Lowey
Congressman Gregory Meeks
Congresswoman Grace Meng
Congressman Jerrold Nadler
Congressman Charlie Rangel
Congressman Jose Serrano
Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez
State Senator Liz Krueger
State Senator Michael Gianaris
State Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan
State Assemblyman Joseph Lentol
State Assemblyman Dan Quart
State Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh
City Councilman Dan Garodnick
City Councilman Ben Kallos
City Councilwoman Rosie Mendez

Democratic Clubs
Harry Truman Democratic Club
Eleanor Roosevelt Democratic Club
Lenox Hill Democratic Club
Lexington Democratic Club
Samuel Tilden Democratic Club
Downtown Independent Democrats
Village Independent Democrats
Coalition for a Democratic Alternative (CODA)
Gramercy-Stuyvesant Independent Democrats
Village Reform Democratic Club
Chelsea Reform Democratic Club
Lower East Side Democratic Club
Lambda Independent Democrats
Four Freedoms Democratic Club
Queens County Democratic Organization
Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club
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April 17, 2014

Congresswoman Maloney takes critical step toward reelection

NEW YORK – Thanks to the concerted effort of volunteers and local Democratic Clubs, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney filed five times the petitions necessary to secure the Democratic line for her November reelection. Maloney turned in over 6,100 signatures from her petition drive, significantly more than the 1,250 required.

"I am grateful to all of the people in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens who walked the streets and knocked on doors to get these signatures," said Maloney at a party she held for her campaign team. “Together, we are able to send a strong message to Washington about the issues that
are important to us.”

Maloney pledged to focus on investments in education, infrastructure and research to help grow the local economy, in addition to measures aimed at protecting women and consumers.

"We have accomplished so much in the past few years, from the new credit card protections that are saving consumers $20 billion every year to the extension of the Violence Against Women Act, but so much more needs to be done,” Maloney said.

One issue will be more funding under the Debbie Smith Act, a landmark bill Maloney authored that is reducing the nationwide DNA analysis
backlog. Proper funding will help local law enforcement obtain faster, more efficient DNA matching of suspected criminals. The House
of Representatives recently voted to extend the legislation.

Maloney will also continue her many other initiatives, including her legislation to protect consumers against excessive overdraft fees, crack down on human trafficking rings, and build a National Women's History Museum.

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April 17, 2014

Maloney Hails New Tax Laws Affecting Same-Sex Couples

Queens Gazette

Congressmember Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12), joined by tax experts and gay rights groups on the day before Tax Day, released the following statement at an April 14 press conference held to celebrate the fact that same sex married couples can now file federal income taxes jointly for the first time:

“Tomorrow is the first time in New York’s history that gay and lesbian married couples will be allowed to file joint state and federal tax returns. To some this may seem insignificant, but for those who stand with me today, and for all those who have dedicated their lives to the fight for equality, it is a remarkable achievement.

To read the full story, click here.

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December 12, 2011

Stock Trade Bill Move Angers Dems

Democrats aren’t taking House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s takedown of Rep. Spencer Bachus lightly.

Following a POLITICO report earlier Thursday that Cantor forced Bachus, the House Financial Services Committee chair, to reverse course on legislation that would crack down on congressional insider trading, the bill’s top backers lashed out at Cantor’s decision to pressure Bachus to back down.

“I was completely surprised and taken aback to find that the Republican leadership had yanked it off the agenda and stopped the process from going forward,” Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) said. “This is something that 99 percent of the Americans agree [with] completely.”

On Tuesday, Bachus called for a Dec. 14 markup on the STOCK Act, which would explicitly bar insider trading among members of Congress and federal workers. The bill, which stands for “Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge,” languished in obscurity before a “60 Minutes” investigation in November propelled it onto committee agendas and to more than 200 co-sponsors.

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August 17, 2010

Team Maloney at Woodside Houses "Clean Up the Grounds" Day

Joining Woodside residents, Team Maloney spent Monday at Woodside Houses "Clean Up the Grounds" Day participating in activities such as cleaning up around a garden honoring American troops.

"I want to thank all my residents here in Woodside, the children, for coming out and making this a successful day. We try to instill teamwork and community work in our residents so we can live the quality of life that we deserve. And I want to thank Congresswoman Maloney for bringing some of her great folks to come and help us on this day. Thank you Carolyn, and hopefully we'll be working with you in the near future," said Ann Cotton-Morris, President, Woodside Houses Tenants Association.


"I had a great time helping out at the Woodside Houses. I was proud to give back to a community that has shown so much support for Carolyn," said Peter Gao, a Maloney for Congress intern.


Check out photos of Woodside residents, Ann Cotton-Morris (President, Woodside Houses Tenants Association), Christina Leale and Woodside children teaming up with Team Maloney members Loren, Rayees, and Peter.

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August 08, 2010

Interns of the Week


Jordan first got involved with the Maloney campaign because he thought it “would be a great way to learn about the election process and make a tangible difference.”  Jordan wanted to work for Carolyn because her political philosophies strongly mirror his own. And, “her work to help find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease, as a co-founder of the Congressional Working Group on Parkinson's Disease, personally resonates with me, as I have an uncle who passed away from Parkinson’s and another uncle who suffers from Parkinson’s Disease.”  Jordan would like to see Carolyn re-elected because “her policies truly reflect the needs of the middle class. Whether it’s expanding health care, fighting for benefits for first responders, or passing the Credit CARD Act, Carolyn is always thinking of her constituents, rather than caving to the interests of the elite. As an experienced congresswoman who has served almost two decades in the House, Carolyn knows how to get things done and has shown again and again her ability to do so.”  The first thing Jordan did on the campaign was knock on doors and help with the petitioning process.  Although he was a bit nervous, Jordan quickly realized that his "unease was unfounded."  Jordan likes working for the Maloney campaign because he enjoys getting to know the other interns, as well as the constituents. There are so many diverse people from different backgrounds in Carolyn’s district whom he would never have the opportunity to meet.





Shirley wants to see Carolyn re-elected because “Carolyn has been relentlessly fighting for the well-being of New Yorkers. Her accomplishments have improved the lives of many Americans with her strong beliefs ranging from consumer rights to healthcare reform. As someone with both the experience and the energy, Carolyn deserves to continue representing her district.”  Shirley got involved in the campaign because, as a lifelong New Yorker, she believes it is extremely important to be an informed citizen. “Participating in the democracy that is America is a responsibility that I have, and a great way to begin the process was to get involved in a political campaign.”  The first thing Shirley did for the campaign was make phone calls to voters in the district.  She loves her work because the campaign team is so enthusiastic.  “It is amazing to meet such diverse supporters of Carolyn, not only on the campaign, but all across the district. I love working with every one of the interns and interacting with them on a daily basis has made work both progressive and enjoyable.”  Between now and Primary Day, Shirley is going to help Carolyn win by knocking on doors, making phone calls, and spreading the word about Carolyn’s accomplishments and the importance of being an informed New Yorker.         





Brian wants Carolyn to be re-elected because she never stops fighting for New Yorkers.  He got involved in the Maloney campaign because he thought “it would be a good experience and wanted to do more with my life.”  The first thing he did for the campaign was talk to voters in Long Island City.  The thing he likes best about working on the Maloney campaign is meeting and talking to other supporters of Carolyn.  He also likes how he goes to many new places that he wouldn’t have known about otherwise.  Brian is going to help Carolyn win between now and Primary Day by continuing to work hard on her behalf.       




Yuliya wants Carolyn to be re-elected because “Carolyn Maloney has done everything in her power to help New Yorkers during the past eighteen years, including writing vital legislation to make the lives of her constituents better. Carolyn will not stop fighting for New Yorkers in the future and thus should remain the Congresswoman in this district.”  She got involved in the Maloney campaign because she wanted to learn the basics of how a campaign is run and thought “what better way than in a campaign where the candidate has done so much for her constituents.”  The first thing Yuliya did for the Maloney campaign was participate in the Fireworks in Astoria event where she helped with the petitioning process to put Carolyn’s name on the ballot.  “It was a great first event because I saw right away the immense support Carolyn had throughout her District.”  The thing she likes best about working for the Maloney campaign is “knowing that I am a direct link between the Congresswoman and her constituents. It is a great feeling to share Carolyn’s numerous accomplishments for New York directly with her voters.”  Between now and Primary Day Yuliya will work to re-elect Carolyn by “communicating with as many voters as possible, by making phone calls and by knocking on doors, to tell them about the things Carolyn has achieved for them and the importance of their support in the September 14th Primary.”            

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