March 18, 2017 | Newsday

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’ replacement proposal.

Around 300 people filled the Polish National Home in Glen Cove for the meeting, which the first-term congressman said he... | more

March 2, 2017 | Glen Cove Record Pilot

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 across the country, Democratic Congressman Tom Suozzi became the only elected representative on Long Island to hold a town hall meeting of his own—... | more

March 1, 2017 | Long Island News

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 unable to attend due to capacity limitations. The town hall was broadcast live on Facebook with more than 6,500 views that night and approximately 3,... | more

February 28, 2017 | Newsday

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.

Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove), elected in November, took 50 questions from constituents for more than two hours at a forum held at the Mid-... | more

February 9, 2017 |
December 20, 2016 |

Congressman-elect Suozzi Announces Congressional Staff

Glen Cove, NY – Tom Suozzi, the Congressman-elect for New York’s third Congressional district, announced appointments of new members to his Congressional staff.

“This is a professional, qualified staff with both local and Washington experience, and a commitment to public service,” said Suozzi. “Everyone is talented, dedicated and has demonstrated an ability to go above and... | more

December 8, 2016 | The Hill

Americans are divided. Hate speech and hate crimes are spiking. Fake news is increasing. Terrorism threatens the world and 60 million refugees are displaced across the globe. Elected officials don't seem to get much done regarding the shrinking middle class, immigration reform, climate change, gun violence, and a whole bunch more. What should we do?

"Love thy neighbor."

That may seem like an odd and simplistic public policy... | more

December 6, 2016 |

Congressman-elect Suozzi Gets to Work
Tours Northport VA Medical Center, Visits U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and Meets with Local Water Districts Regarding Plume

Glen Cove, NY – Tom Suozzi, the Congressman-elect for New York’s third Congressional district, is not waiting until he’s sworn in to get to work. In the weeks since his successful election, Suozzi, in addition to his responsibilities as an incoming member of Congress,... | more

November 10, 2016 | Queens Chronicle

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi has defeated state Sen. Jack Martins (R-Nassau) in the race for the 3rd Congressional District seat.

“It couldn’t have been done without everyone in this room,” Suozzi said at his election party at the Cottage at the Milleridge Inn in Jericho, LI on Tuesday night. The former Glen Cove mayor thanked Martins for the race he ran, Rep. Steve Israel (D-Suffolk, Nassau, Queens) for his work for the... | more

November 10, 2016 | The Island Now

North Shore voters chose Democrat Tom Suozzi over Republican Jack Martins on Tuesday to represent the 3rd Congressional District, keeping retiring Rep. Steve Israel’s seat in Democratic hands.

Suozzi, a former Nassau County executive, won 48.45 percent of the vote to state Sen. Martins’ 44.02 percent, a tighter margin than polls had predicted.

The win is Suozzi’s first in 11 years and brings him some political redemption after... | more