August 21, 2016 |

For Immediate Release:
August 21, 2016

Bill O’Reilly (Pidot)
Conor Walsh (Suozzi)
(630) 803-4724
Mike McDermott

Press Release



August 21, 2016 | The Island Now

Jack Martins' Bid for Delay Shakes up House Race

By Noah Manskar | Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2016 2:07 pm

Republican Jack Martins’ request last week to push back the 3rd Congressional District election threw another twist into an already closely watched, high-profile race.

The Old Westbury state senator asked a federal judge Aug. 19 to push the general election to Dec. 6 from Nov. 8, arguing that having only a month... | more

August 19, 2016 | The Island Now
tom Suozzi

Republican Jack Martins has some ground to make up if his party is to capture 3rd Congressional District, according to a Democratic poll released Thursday.
Democrat Tom Suozzi leads Martins, an Old Westbury state senator, 52 percent to 36 percent in a survey of 401 likely voters in the Democratic-learning North Shore district.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee commissioned the poll from Global Strategy Group, a... | more

August 8, 2016 | NY1

With Donald Trump slumping in the polls, some Republicans are concerned he could jeopardize their majorities in both the Senate and the House — an issue that’s particularly relevant here in New York, which has a number of closely contested House races, including one in Queens. Our Bobby Cuza has that story.

Like so many Republican candidates this year, Jack Martins has a problem. The man at the top of the ticket is so toxic, Martins... | more

August 1, 2016 |

For Immediate Release:
August 1, 2016

Conor Walsh
(630) 803-4724

Press Release

Suozzi Announces “Fix Washington”
Thousands of voters’ support effort to Fix Washington and 'get things done' for the people of Long Island and Queens

Martins and national Republicans are "hypocrites." They attack Suozzi even though Martins raised taxes 31% and raised his salary 61%

Glen Cove, NY... | more

July 31, 2016 | Newsday

Thomas Suozzi, who as Nassau county executive launched a campaign to “Fix Albany,” is looking to use a similar label in his bid for Congress.

On Tuesday, Suozzi will file petitions with state election officials in Albany for an independent campaign ballot line called “Fix Washington.” To qualify for the extra ballot line, Suozzi volunteers in sweltering heat over the past two weeks will have had to collect a minimum of 3,500 valid... | more

July 28, 2016 | Times Ledger

Since Tom Suozzi won the Democratic primary for Congress, the former Nassau County executive has been working to further bring elected officials who were formerly neutral in the five-way race for the primary over into his sphere of support. The Queens neighborhoods covered in the district are in the northeast and predominately Democrats.

A gathering was held at Clearview Golf Course in Bayside July 20 in which members of the City... | more

July 21, 2016 | The Island Now

Following his victory in last month’s Democratic primary to face off against state Sen. Jack Martins in the Third Congressional District race, former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi said he wanted to give back to those who have supported him.

Suozzi, who held a barbecue “rally” at the Great Neck Social Center Tuesday evening, said that while elected officials and those running for office get all the face time, it is the work of... | more

June 30, 2016 | Newsday

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi on Wednesday savored his first step toward a possible political comeback following a victory in a low-turnout congressional primary Tuesday that relied heavily on grass roots efforts in Queens and his home base of Glen Cove.

Suozzi, who aired no TV ads in the primary, acknowledged that in winning the five-way race, he used up the bulk of his $800,000 campaign funds. But he said he has about $80... | more

June 30, 2016 | Newsday

Thomas Suozzi’s four Democratic primary foes closed ranks Thursday and endorsed the former Nassau county executive for Congress, saying he will best represent voters on crucial issues such as gun control, abortion and climate change.

“The voters have reached their verdict and we accept it,” said former North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman, who served as master of ceremonies for the event held in a town park across the street from... | more