I’m sitting in my Capitol Hill office a few weeks ago, meeting with three well-dressed, well-spoken young men who earn salaries in the high five and low six figures. You see the type a lot in Washington, but these guys are different. They’re not lobbyists. They don’t represent Wall Street or any... ›› read more
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WASHINGTON — As Nassau County executive, Thomas Suozzi oversaw a workforce of nearly 10,000. If he had an idea, it usually became a reality.
“I was the boss. I’d sit around and say, ‘You do this, you do this,’ ” said Suozzi, Long Island’s newest House member, as he hurriedly walked the... ›› read more
Rep. Thomas Suozzi, left, talking with Hitemco customer relation specialist Noel Gibilaro, center left, Hicksville Machine Work president John Spiezio center right and Telephonics president Kevin McSweeney, during a presser to push development of Long Island's aerospace industry at Telephonics... ›› read more
Congressman Thomas Suozzi speaks during the Long Island Congressman Thomas Suozzi speaks during the Long Island Aerospace & Defense Industry Roundtable at the Cold Spring Harbor Library Tuesday, April 18, 2017. (Credit: Barry Sloan)
Long Island’s defense manufacturers should create a... ›› read more
I would like to share my impressions of the town hall meeting I attended on Thursday evening, Feb. 23, which was led by Tom Suozzi at the JCC in Plainview.
The auditorium was filled to capacity and many people had to listen to the proceedings in the outside hall. The meeting was focused... ›› read more
The fate of health care was a central topic Saturday at a packed town hall meeting held by Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove), who vowed to fight to preserve and improve the Affordable Care Act. “This is a life-and-death issue for a lot of families,” said Suozzi, who criticized House Republicans’... ›› read more
There’s one thing for sure—love him or hate, him, President Donald J. Trump has gotten more American citizens involved in politics than any other single individual in decades.
Amid daily reports of Republican politicians being verbally assaulted by angry constituents at town hall meetings... ›› read more
Glen Cove, NY - February 28, 2017 - In front of a packed auditorium of more than 400 people, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D-Queens, Long Island) fielded more than 50 questions from constituents at a town hall held at the Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center in Plainview. Nearly 100 more people were... ›› read more
Two Long Island congressmen confronted questions from their constituents Thursday — one via teleconference and one at a crowded community center — in a pair of town hall events that were far less combative than the fiery forums that lawmakers in other parts of the country have faced recently.... ›› read more