Yesterday January 3rd, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) was officially sworn in as a Member of the 117th Congress, his fifth term serving the Hudson Valley and New York’s 18th Congressional District. Over the upcoming term in Congress, Rep. Maloney will continue to fight for the funding and emergency relief Hudson Valley families and communities need during the COVID-19 health and economic crisis. He will also work to strengthen our infrastructure, expand access to quality, affordable health care, and serve those who serve – our veterans and military families.
“It is the honor of my life to serve and fight for my neighbors in the Hudson Valley, and I look forward to continuing to represent New York’s 18th Congressional District in the 117th Congress.
“Though the coronavirus vaccines provide hope on the horizon, our fight against this virus is not over. Working side by side with the Biden Administration, I will help deliver the funding and support Hudson Valley families, small businesses, farmers and frontline heroes need to win this war and build back better than before.
“We must also work to rebuild our communities and invest in new projects that bring jobs to the Hudson Valley, including strengthening our infrastructure. Supporting our veterans and expanding access to health care is also paramount as we recover from this unprecedented crisis.
“This new year will bring the healing New Yorkers need now, more than ever. Together, we will work to deliver – for the people,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney.
Representative Maloney was first elected to serve the Hudson Valley in the House of Representatives in 2012. He sits on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Agriculture Committee, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). He was recently elected by his colleagues in the House Democratic Caucus to serve as the Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).