About Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (2022)

About Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (1)

"A tenacious, resilient legislator” --Time Magazine
"A tiger in the House on every dollar due New York” --The Village Voice
"The best friend a credit card user ever had” --Money Magazine
“No one has been a greater (anti-trafficking) champion than Carolyn Maloney, a Democratic Congresswoman from New York." -- Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, “Half the Sky” (Knopf, 2009)
"While I am critical of Congress, kudos have to be given to Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Chair of the Joint Economic Committee, for her efforts..." --Joseph E. Stiglitz, "Freefall" (Norton, 2009)
"New York’s Congressional delegation stands out for their moxie, kind of the way New Yorkers themselves often do. Among the brashest members is Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, a Democrat of Manhattan” --The New York Times

First elected to Congress in 1992, Carolyn B. Maloney is a recognized progressive national leader with extensive accomplishments on financial services, national security, the economy, and women’s issues. She is currently Chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform and former Chair of the Joint Economic Committee, the first woman to hold both of thesepositions.

Rep. Maloney started her career as an ESL *English as a Second Language) teacher in East Harlem. When her program was cut, her colleagues elected her as their advocate to restore funding - and she succeeded, setting an example that has extended throughout her career, first working with the NYC Department of Education and then as a legislative staffer in Albany. After gaining that experience, in 1982 she ran a long-shot challenge to an incumbent City Council Member in a district that spanned East Harlem, South Bronx, Manhattan Valley, and Carnegie Hill - and she won an improbably upset.

(Video) Rep. Carolyn Maloney Calls Out Gun Manufacturers For Not Taking Responsibility

Rep. Maloney’s career has been a series of firsts. She was the first woman ever to represent the Upper East Side on the New York City Council, and she became the first-ever Chair of the City Council’s Contracts Committee, after working with then-Council Speaker Peter Vallone of Astoria, to establish that panel. As Contracts Chair, she served as a vigilant watchdog patrolling the City budget for waste, fraud, and abuse, and authored the law that created the City’s widely hailed “Vendex” system that made City contracts with private-sector and non-profit vendors more transparent. On the Council also she successfully fought to clean up government contracts, wrote legislation for public financing of elections, introduced NYS' first bill to recognize same-sex couples, and drawing on her experience as the first Council Member to give birth, fought to pass inclusive paid family leave - policies she continued fighting for on the national stage to this day. Rep. Maloney was also the first City Council member to give birth while serving in office.

Rep. Maloney is also the author ofRumors of our Progress Have Been Greatly Exaggerated: Why Women’s Lives Aren’t Getting any Easier and how we can Make Real Progress for Ourselves and Our Daughters, which has been used as a textbook in women’s studies courses.

Maloney has authored and passed more than 74measures, either as stand-alone bills or as measures incorporated into larger legislation packages. Twelve of these bills were signed into law at formal (and rare) Presidential Signing Ceremonies.

She has authored landmark legislation including; the JamesZadroga9/11 Health and CompensationAct, its reauthorization, and the Never Forget the Heroes: James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer, and Luis Alvarez Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Actto make sure all those suffering health aliments associated with 9/11 get the medical care and compensation they need and deserve; the Debbie Smith Act, which increases funding for law enforcement to process DNA rape kits and has been called ‘the most important anti-rape legislation in history;’ and the Credit CARD Act, also known as the Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights, which according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), has saved consumers more than $16 billion annually since it was signed into law in 2009. Her legislative achievements have been featured in three films: the documentaryThe Card Game, the documentaryOverdrawn!,and the movieA Life Interrupted.

As Chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, Congresswoman Maloney is leading the fight to protect the 2020 Census from the Trump Administration’s partisan, political attacks and to ensure that the United States Postal Service (USPS) is able to operate at its full capacity. She is the author of the Fair and Accurate Census Act which would ensure that Census Bureau professionals have the time and resources they need to complete a full and accurate count, the Delivering for America Act to restore USPS services to January 2020 standards and ensure they stay at that level through the pandemic, and the Nonpartisan Postmaster General Act to prevent partisan politics from including in the Postal Service.

In addition to serving as Chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, Maloney is a senior member ofthe House Financial Services Committee and theJoint Economic Committee. In the House Democratic Caucus, she has servedas a Regional Whip and as Vice-Chair of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee.

On the House Financial Services Committee she has worked to modernize financial services laws and regulations, strengthen consumer protections, and institute more vigilant oversight of the safety and soundness of our nation’s banking industry. In the 114th Congress, she was selected by her Committee colleagues to be Ranking Member on the Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises and continuedin this position in the 115th Congress. In the 116th Congress, up until her election as Chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, she served as the Chair of the Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets. She continues to serve as a member of this subcommittee and the Subcommittee on Housing, Community Development, and Insurance.

Maloney served on the historic conference committee for the Dodd-Frank financial reforms, which also created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Her Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights (the Credit CARD Act) was signed into law by President Obama in Spring of 2009. She is currently working to curb the use of anonymous shell companies that finance illicit drugs, human trafficking, and terrorism and to pass her Overdraft Protection Act, which would protect consumers from abusive overdraft fees.

As a senior member of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, Maloney’s legislation has helped government work more efficiently and has saved hundreds of millions in taxpayer dollars.

As co-founder of the House 9/11 Commission Caucus, Maloney helped author and pass legislation which created the 9/11 Commission and, later, to implement all of the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations for improving intelligence gathering—described as the most influential intelligence bill in decades.The James Zadroga 9/11 Health Care and Compensation Act, her bill to provide health care and compensation for 9/11 first responders, residents and workers near Ground Zero passed Congress in late 2010 was signed into law by President Obama on January 2, 2011. The Zadroga Act's World Trade Center Health Program was permanently extendedby the bill’s reauthorization with an allocation of $8 billion in December 2015. The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund was permanently extended with the passage of theNever Forget the Heroes: James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer, and Luis Alvarez Permanent Authorization of the September 11thVictim Compensation Fund Act in summer 2019.

A champion for domestic and international women’s issues, Rep. Maloney has authored and helped pass legislation that targets sex trafficking, including the first bill that focused on the ‘demand’ side of human trafficking to punish the perpetrators of these heinous crimes. She is co-chair of the Congressional Caucus on Human Trafficking, and previously served as the co-chair of the Trafficking Task Force of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues.

(Video) Rep. Carolyn Maloney: 'I’ve Fought So That Other Women Don’t Have To'

During her first term in Congress, Rep. Maloney passed legislation that provides annual mammograms for women on Medicare. Her legislation to create Women’s Health Offices in five Federal agencies was part of the landmark health care reform legislation, the Affordable Care Act, signed by President Obama.

New York City has no stronger advocate in Congress than Maloney. She has delivered more than $10 billion in federal aid to New York City, including billions of dollars for the two largest transit construction projects in the nation, the Second Avenue Subway and the East Side Access project, both of which run through her district, and havehelped create thousands of jobs in New York. Among other projects she has secured federal funding for are: $670 million for replacing the Kosciuszko Bridge, $37.9 million for the Floating Hospital, $4.4 million for new ferries, $20 million for Dutch Kills Green, $27 million for Queensbridge roof repairs, and more than$300 million in federal grants for high-speed rail improvement projects in the Sunnyside Rail Yards.

Maloney has received numerous awards and honors during her time in office, including the TMG-eMedia Thought Leaders in Business Award; the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Service Award; the CUNY Women’s Leadership Award; the Eleanor’s Legacy Eleanor Roosevelt Trailblazer of Democracy Award; the Humane Society of the United States Humane Advocate Award; the Business and Professional Women’s Club of New York State Outstanding Legislator Award; the Center for Women’s Policy Studies Jessie Bernard Wise Women’s Award; and the Planned Parenthood Responsible Choices Award. In 2003, she was the only legislator selected as part of the Ms. Magazine “Fifty Women Who Made a Difference” list. Maloney was recently named one of Women’s eNews 21 Leaders for the 21st Century in May 2017.In March of 2020, Rep. Maloney was named the first-ever honorarymember of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) for her work on behalf of federal employees and her paid parental leave legislation.

In Congress, Carolyn Maloney has been an extraordinarily effective and accomplished legislator. She authored dozens of major laws that were celebrated at bill-signing ceremonies at the White House, typically reserved for only the most significant legislation. In acknowledgment of her outstanding record, in its most recent rankings, GovTrack.com rated Carolyn Maloney the “Second Top Leader” of the entire Congress in either party, and the most effective in the current New York state House delegation. The Center for Effective Lawmaking most recently ranked her as the third most effective Democratic Member of the House, and the most effective currently in the New York delegation.

Maloney is currently a member of Women’s Forum Inc., the Council on Foreign Relations, Women’s City Club, Alice Paul Institute, Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy, Financial Women’s Association, National Organization for Women, National Association of Business and Professional Women, New York Landmarks Conservancy, and CIVITAS.

She isan Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Member of the NY Junior League.

She is the founder and Co-Chair of the House Caucus on Hellenic Issues and the House Census Caucus.

Maloney attained a first-degree black belt in Taekwondoin January 2007.

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“Una legisladora tenaz y resistente”—La revista Time

“Una tigresa en la Cámara de Representantes por cada dólar destinado a Nueva York” — La Village Voice

(Video) Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Rings The Closing Bell®

“La mejora amiga que un usuario de tarjeta de crédito ha tenido” – La revista Money Magazine

“Nadie ha sido un mejor defensor (contra la trata de personas) que Carolyn Maloney, una Congresista Demócrata de Nueva York”-- Nicholas D. Kristof y Sheryl WuDunn, “Half the Sky” (Knopf, 2009)

“Aunque soy critica del Congreso, reconozco a la Congresista Carolyn Maloney, Presidenta del Comité Económico Conjunto, por sus esfuerzos.” -- --Joseph E. Stiglitz, "Freefall" (Norton, 2009)

“La delegación del Congreso de Nueva York es destacada por su entusiasmo, al igual que muchos neoyorquinos. Entre los miembros más vocales es la Congresista Carolyn B. Maloney, Demócrata de Manhattan”.-- The New York Times

Elegida por primera vez al Congreso en 1992, Carolyn B. Maloney es una líder nacional progresista reconocida con amplios logros en servicios financieros, seguridad nacional, economía y asuntos de la mujer. Actualmente es presidenta del Comité de Supervisión y Reforma de la Cámara de Representantes y ex presidenta del Comité Económico Conjunto, la primera mujer quien ocupa ambos cargos.

Maloney ha escrito y aprobado más de 74 medidas, ya sea como proyectos de ley independientes o como medidas incorporadas en paquetes legislativos grandes. Doce de estos proyectos de ley se convirtieron en ley en ceremonias de firma presidencial formales (los cuales son infrecuentes).

La carrera del representante Maloney ha sido una serie de logros sin precedente. Ella es la primera mujer a representar al 12 ° Distrito del Congreso de Nueva York; la primera mujer a representar al séptimo distrito de la ciudad de Nueva York (donde fue la primera mujer en dar a luz mientras estaba en el cargo); fue la primera mujer en presidir el Comité Económico Conjunto, un panel de la Cámara y el Senado que examina y aborda los problemas económicos más urgentes de la nación, y ahora es la primera mujer a presidir el Comité de Supervisión y Reforma. Solo 18 mujeres en la historia han presidido comités del Congreso. Maloney es la autora de «Los rumores de nuestro progreso han sido muy exagerados: Por qué la vida de las mujeres no se está volviendo más fácil y cómo podemos lograr un progreso real para nosotras y nuestras hijas,» que se ha utilizado como libro de texto en los cursos de estudios sobre mujeres.

Es autora de leyes históricas que incluyen; la Ley de Salud y Compensación de James Zadroga 9/11, su reautorización, y la Autorización Permanente de Nunca Olvidar a los Héroes: James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer y Luis Alvarez de la Ley del Fondo de Compensación para Víctimas del 11 de septiembre para asegurarse de que todos los que sufren problemas de salud asociados con El 11 de septiembre recibe la atención médica y la compensación que necesitan y merecen; la Ley Debbie Smith, que aumenta los fondos para la aplicación de la ley para procesar kits de violación de ADN y ha sido llamada «la legislación contra la violación más importante de la historia; » y la Ley de Tarject de Crédito (CARD), también conocida como la Declaración de Derechos de los Titulares de Tarjetas de Crédito según la Oficina de Protección Financiera del Consumidor (CFPB), ha ahorrado a los consumidores más de $ 16 mil millones anuales desde que se promulgó como ley en 2009. Sus logros legislativos han aparecido en tres películas: el documental "The Card Game", el documental "Overdrawn!"y la película "A Life Interrupted".

Como presidenta del Comité de Supervisión y Reforma, la congresista Maloney lidera la lucha para proteger el Censo 2020 de los ataques políticos partidistas de la Administración Trump y para garantizar que el Servicio Postal de los Estados Unidos (USPS) pueda operar a su máxima capacidad. Ella es la autora de la Ley de Censo Justo y Preciso que garantizaría que los profesionales de la Oficina del Censo tengan el tiempo y los recursos que necesitan para completar un recuento completo y preciso, la Ley "Delivering for America"para restaurar los servicios de USPS a los estándares de enero de 2020 y garantizar su permanencia en ese nivel a través de la pandemia, y la Ley General del Administrador de Correos No Partidista para evitar que la política partidista se incluya en el Servicio Postal.

Además de desempeñarse como presidenta del Comité de Supervisión y Reforma de la Cámara de Representantes, Maloney es miembro senior del Comité de Servicios Financieros de la Cámara y del Comité Económico Conjunto. En el Caucus Demócrata de la Cámara, se ha desempeñado como Látigo Regional y como Vicepresidenta del Comité de Política y Dirección Democrática de la Cámara.

En el Comité de Servicios Financieros de la Cámara de Representantes, ella ha trabajado para modernizar las leyes y regulaciones de servicios financieros, fortalecer las protecciones al consumidor e instituir una supervisión más vigilante de la seguridad y solidez de la industria bancaria de nuestra nación. En el 114 ° Congreso, ella fue seleccionada por sus colegas del Comité para ser Miembro de Rango en el Subcomité de Mercados de Capitales y Empresas Patrocinadas por el Gobierno y continuó en este puesto en el 115 ° Congreso. En el 116º Congreso, hasta su elección como Presidenta del Comité de Supervisión y Reforma, se desempeñó como Presidenta del Subcomité de Protección al Inversionista, Emprendimiento y Mercado de Capitales. Ella continúa sirviendo como miembro de este subcomité y del Subcomité de Vivienda, Desarrollo Comunitario y Seguros.

(Video) Carolyn Maloney Gears Up For Primary Against Colleague Jerry Nadler In Redrawn N.Y. District

Maloney sirvió en el comité de la conferencia histórica de las reformas financieras de Dodd-Frank, lo que estableció la Agencia de Protección Financiera del Consumidor. Su Carta de Derechos de Usuarios de Tarjetas de Crédito (Credit CARD Act) fue convertida en ley por presidente Obama en la primavera de 2009. Actualmente está trabajando para frenar el uso de empresas fantasma anónimas que financian drogas ilícitas, tráfico de personas y terrorismo y para aprobar su Ley de Protección contra Sobregiros (Overdraft Protection Act), que protegería a los consumidores de tarifas abusivas por sobregiros.

Cómo miembro mayor del Comité de Supervisión y Reforma Gubernamental, los proyectos de ley de Maloney han resultado en un gobierno que trabaja con más eficiencia. Igualmente, su legislación ha ahorrado cientos de millones de dólares en dinero para contribuyentes.

Cómo cofundadora del Caucus de la Comisión de 9/11, Maloney ayudó a escribir y aprobar legislación que creyó la Comisión de 9/11. Además, más tarde, escribió legislación para implementar todas las recomendaciones de la Comisión de 9/11 para mejorar la recopilación de inteligencia. Cuya legislación fue descrita como el proyecto de ley más importante acerca de inteligencia en décadas. El Acto de James Zadroga para la Salud y Recompensación de Sobrevivientes de 9/11 (James Zadroga 9/11 Health Care and Compensation Act), su proyecto de ley para proveer asistencia médica y compensación para primeros auxilios en 9/11, residentes y trabajadores cerca de la zona cero, fue aprobado por Congreso al fin de 2010 y fue convertido en ley por presidente Obama en 2 enero 2011. El Programa de Salud del Centro Mundial de Comercio fue extendido permanentemente y el Fondo para el Recompenso De Victimas de 9/11 fue completamente financiado por la reautorización del proyecto de ley que lo asigno $8 billones en diciembre 2015. El Fondo de Compensación para Víctimas del 11 de septiembre se extendió permanentemente con la aprobación de la Autorización Permanente de Nunca Olvidar a los Héroes: James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer y Luis Alvarez de la Ley del Fondo de Compensación para Víctimas del 11 de septiembre en el verano de 2019.

Maloney es una campeona de cuestiones internacionales de la mujer y en contra de la trata de personas. Congresista Maloney ha autorizado y ha ayudado aprobar proyectos de ley que se tratan de la trata de personas, incluyendo el primer proyecto de ley que se enfoque en la demanda por la trata de personas y castiga los perpetradores de estés crímenes intolerables. Más aún, es la vicepresidenta del Caucus de Congreso sobre la Trata de Personas y anteriormente se desempeñó como copresidenta del Grupo de Trabajo sobre Trata de Personas del Caucus del Congreso para Asuntos de la Mujer.

Durante su primer plazo en Congreso, Congresista Maloney aprobó legislación para proveer mamografía para mujeres bajo Medicare. Su legislación para crear una Oficina para La Salud de Mujeres en cinco agencias federales fue parte de la Ley de Cuidado de Salud Asequible, una reforma legislativa de salud pública transformativa que fue convertida en ley por presidente Obama.

La Ciudad de Nueva York no tiene defensora más apasionada que Maloney. Maloney ha entregado más de $10 billones en asistencia federal a la Ciudad de Nueva York, incluyendo billones de dólares para dos de los proyectos de construcción de tránsitos más grandes en la nación, el Metro Second Avenue y el Proyecto de Acceso del East Side, ambos que cruzan su distrito. Estés proyectos han creado miles de empleos en Nueva York. Entre otros proyectos, Maloney ha obtenido los fondos federales siguientes: $670 millones para reemplazar el Puente Kosciuszko, $37.9 millones para el Hospital Flotante, $4.4 millones para nuevos trasbordadores, $20 millones para Dutch Kills Green, $27 millones para reparaciones del techo del Queensbridge y más de $300 millones en subvenciones federales para un proyecto de mejoramiento de las líneas de alta velocidad en las playas ferroviarias Sunnyside.

Congresista Maloney ha recibido numerosos premios y distinciones durante su tiempo en el Congreso, incluido el Premio TMG-eMedia Líderes de Pensamiento en Negocios; el Premio al Servicio Excepcional de la Cámara de Comercio de Manhattan; el Premio CUNY para Mujeres Lideres; El Premio del Legado de Eleanor Roosevelt Pionera de la Democracia; el Premio Defensora Humana de la Sociedad Humana; El Premio al Legislador Sobresaliente del Club de Mujeres de Negocios y Profesionales de Nueva York; El Premio Jessie Bernard para Mujeres Sabias del Centro de Estudios Políticas de la Mujer; y el Premio Planned Parenthood Opciones Responsables. En 2003, fue la única Congresista seleccionada por la revista Ms. para su lista de “Cincuenta mujeres que hicieron una impacta”. La Congresista Maloney fue nombrada recientemente por eNews 21 para Mujeres como una de las líderes del siglo XXI en mayo de 2017.

Congresista Maloney ha sido reconocida no solo por sus colegas en el Congreso, pero también por grupos externos por su capacidad para provocar cambios. GovTrack la seleccionó, entre todos sus colegas Demócratas de la Cámara de Representantes, para su reconocimiento en la categoría de "liderazgo", lo que indica su gran capacidad para conseguir copatrocinadores para sus proyectos de ley.

Congresista Maloney es actualmente un miembro del Foro de Mujeres Inc., el Consejo de Relaciones Exteriores, El Club de Mujeres de la Ciudad, El Instituto Alice Paul, El Legado Eleanor Roosevelt, La Asociación Financiera de Mujeres, La Organización Nacional Para Mujeres, Asociación Nacional de Mujeres Empresarias y Profesionales, Conservación de Sitios Culturales de Nueva York y CIVITAS.

Congresista Maloney es un miembro Eleanor Roosevelt distinguido en la NY Junior League.

Es fundadora y copresidenta del Comité de la Cámara sobre Asuntos Helénicos y del Comité del Censo de la Cámara.

(Video) 'Mr. President, I apologize': Rep. Maloney apologizes to Biden for comments

Congresista Maloney obtuvo un cinturón negro de primer grado en Taekwondo en enero de 2007.

FAQs

What nationality is Carolyn Maloney? ›

Carolyn Jane Maloney (née Bosher, February 19, 1946) is an American politician serving as the U.S. representative for New York's 12th congressional district since 2013, and for New York's 14th congressional district from 1993 to 2013.

Who is Carolyn Mahoney? ›

Carolyn Ray Boone Mahoney (born 1946) is an American mathematician who served as President of Lincoln University of Missouri. Her research interests include combinatorics, graph theory, and matroids. Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.

Who represents Astoria NY in Congress? ›

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney | Representing the 12th District of New York.

How long has Nadler been in office? ›

Jerrold Lewis Nadler (/ˈnædlər/; born June 13, 1947) is an American lawyer and politician, serving as the U.S. representative for New York's 10th congressional district since 2013.

What district does Carolyn Maloney represent? ›

Is Carolyn McCarthy still in Congress? ›

Carolyn McCarthy (née Cook; born January 5, 1944) is an American politician who served as the U.S. representative for New York's 4th congressional district from 1997 to 2015. She is a member of the Democratic Party. Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

Who is the US representative for Manhattan? ›

Manhattan Office | Congressman Jerry Nadler.

How many congressional districts are there in New York City? ›

The U.S. state of New York currently comprises 27 congressional districts.

Who is in charge of Queens NY? ›

Queens
Queens Queens County, New York
• Borough PresidentDonovan Richards (D) — (Borough of Queens)
• District AttorneyMelinda Katz (D) — (Queens County)
Area
• Total178 sq mi (460 km2)
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Who represents the Upper East Side? ›

New York's 12th congressional district
RepresentativeCarolyn Maloney D–Upper East Side
Distribution100% urban 0% rural
Population (2019)725,760
Median household income$124,502
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Who represents the Bronx in Congress? ›

The district has been represented by Democrat Ritchie Torres since 2021. The 15th district is located entirely within the Bronx, namely the southern portion of the West Bronx as well as the South Bronx.

How long has James Comer been in Congress? ›

James Comer (politician)
James Comer
Incumbent
Assumed office June 29, 2020
Preceded byJim Jordan
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky's 1st district
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What district does James Comer represent? ›

Who represents Mayfield KY in Congress? ›

Representative Richard Heath (R)

What nationality is Nadler? ›

What position does Nadler hold? ›

Who is the chair of the House? ›

“Jerry Nadler not only represents New York well, but he has represented the United States very well.” Congressman Jerrold “Jerry” Nadler represents New York's 10th Congressional District, one of the most dynamic and diverse districts in the country.

What is AOC district? ›

Is New York a democratic? ›

Federal electoral history. New York State has voted Democratic in national elections since 1988. However, New York City has been the most important source of political fund-raising in the United States for both major parties.

What district is the Upper West Side? ›

New York's 10th Congressional District includes parts of Manhattan's Upper West Side, Hell's Kitchen, Chelsea, SoHo, Greenwich Village, TriBeCa, the Financial District and Battery Park City.

What is the average net worth of a US Congressman? ›

As of 2020, over half of the members of Congress were millionaires and the median net worth of members was approximately $1 million. The original documents for each member's disclosure are publicly available on a database website, maintained by OpenSecrets.

What is the shoulder thing that goes up? ›

“Shoulder thing that go up”

A barrel shroud is, of course, a covering attached to the barrel of a firearm that prevents the user from burning themselves—as its name would suggest. A “shoulder thing that goes up,” on the other hand, is more reminiscent of the shoulder-mounted plasma caster from the Predator films.

Who is the US representative for Brooklyn NY? ›

Brooklyn Office | Congressman Jerry Nadler.

Which district is Manhattan in? ›

New York's 12th Congressional District.

Who is one of the US senators now in New York? ›

New York's current U.S. senators are Democrats Chuck Schumer (serving since 1999, also serving as Senate Democratic Leader since 2017) and Kirsten Gillibrand (serving since 2009).

How is New York City split up? ›

New York City is split up into five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. Each borough has the same boundaries as a county of the state. The county governments were dissolved when the city consolidated in 1898, along with all city, town, and village governments within each county.

How many representatives does New York have 2022? ›

The 2022 United States House of Representatives elections in New York will be held on November 8, 2022, to elect the 26 U.S. representatives from the State of New York, one from each of the state's 26 congressional districts.

What district is Brooklyn in? ›

The New York State Senate

New York's 18th District includes the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bushwick, Cypress Hills, Greenpoint and Williamsburg, with parts of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville and East New York.

Who represents upstate New York in Congress? ›

Congressman Paul Tonko represents New York's 20th Congressional District, including the communities of Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga Springs and Amsterdam. He represents all of Albany and Schenectady Counties and parts of Montgomery, Rensselaer and Saratoga Counties.

Who is running the House of Representatives 2022? ›

November 8, 2022
LeaderNancy PelosiKevin McCarthy
PartyDemocraticRepublican
Leader sinceJanuary 3, 2003January 3, 2019
Leader's seatCalifornia 11thCalifornia 20th
Last election222213
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Current members. This is a list of members of the current New York delegation in the U.S. House, along with their respective tenures in office, district boundaries, and district political ratings according to the CPVI. The delegation has a total of 27 members, including 19 Democrats and 8 Republicans.

How many representatives does New York have 2022? ›

The 2022 United States House of Representatives elections in New York will be held on November 8, 2022, to elect the 26 U.S. representatives from the State of New York, one from each of the state's 26 congressional districts.

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