October 18, 2016 |

Statement from Mike Florio, Campaign Manager, Suozzi 2016 (NY-03) on Martins campaign “poll”

“It is indisputable that Tom Suozzi has a commanding lead in this race. Public and internal polling consistently shows Tom with a double digit lead. After shopping around, and paying four different firms for four different polls, it’s evident that Martins finally found one that tells him what he wants to hear so he can use it to bolster his... | more

October 13, 2016 | The Island Now

Democrat Tom Suozzi’s bipartisan appeal has given him a 16-percentage-point lead over Republican Jack Martins in the 3rd Congressional District, according to a Newsday/News 12/Siena College poll released Saturday.

Fifty percent of respondents favor Suozzi, a former Nassau County executive, 34 percent favor Martins, a state senator, and 15 percent remain undecided in the race to replace retiring Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington), the... | more

October 9, 2016 | Newsday

Democrat Thomas Suozzi, driven by higher name recognition and cross-party support, leads Republican Jack Martins by 16 percentage points in the race to succeed Rep. Steve Israel in the 3rd Congressional District, according to a Newsday/Siena College poll.

Fifty percent of the 613 likely voters polled said they would back Suozzi, the former Nassau County executive, while 34 percent chose Martins, a state senator from Old Westbury.... | more

October 6, 2016 | Newsday

Democratic congressional contender Thomas Suozzi on Thursday picked up the backing of two environmental groups that cited his record as Nassau County executive and Glen Cove mayor on improving air and water quality and protecting Long Island Sound.

The League of Conservation Voters and the Long Island Environmental Voters Forum announced their endorsements at a news conference in a waterfront park in Northport Village.

Joshua... | more

October 6, 2016 |

Vows to protect our environment and support sustainable energy initiatives in Congress

Glen Cove, NY - Today, Tom Suozzi, the Democratic nominee for New York’s 3rd Congressional district, and former Nassau County Executive and Mayor of Glen Cove, received the endorsements of the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) and the Long Island Environmental Voters Forum (LIEVF... | more

October 3, 2016 |

Suozzi Campaign Launches New Ad and Announces 21st Town Hall

Glen Cove, NY- The Suozzi for Congress campaign is calling out his opponent, Republican Jack Martins, for his hypocritical attacks and phony politics. Last week, Martins' allies in Washington, DC started running a cable television ad that attacks Suozzi for raising taxes 14 years ago when he... | more

September 30, 2016 | The Huntingtonian

Last night September 29, 2016 at the VFW hall in Halesite Tom Suozzi’s 3rd District Congressional Candidate had a town hall meeting. The meeting was very upbeat and had wonderful questions from the audience in regards to immigration. Everyone had questions concerns and issues for Suozzi’s, Tom Suozzi addressed each and every one with fresh re-warding answers. He seems to be someone who’s looking to come up with solutions to our immigration... | more

September 29, 2016 | Queens Tribune

Tom Suozzi, candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, secured an endorsement from Americans for Responsible Solutions, a group that advocates for “commonsense” gun control measures while still supporting Americans’ Second Amendment rights to own guns.

The endorsement came just before Suozzi’s roundtable discussion in Huntington this past weekend, which was focused on gun reform.

“I’m honored to receive this endorsement,”... | more

September 27, 2016 |

Suozzi Holds Three Town Halls in Five Days
Continues to Focus Campaign on Tough Issues
Will go to Washington to Solve Problems

Glen Cove, NY – Last week, Tom Suozzi, the Democratic nominee for New York’s Third Congressional District, completed his 17th, 18th and 19th town hall meetings since the beginning of his campaign.

Last week’s three town hall meeting were focused on specific issues: economy, jobs and taxes;... | more

September 23, 2016 | Queens Time Ledger

Issues throughout the country are not being addressed because of the poisonous nature of the country’s political discourse, Democratic congressional candidate Tom Suozzi said during the first of six town hall meetings Tuesday.

The event was held at Temple Beth-El, a synagogue in Great Neck. Suozzi asked former U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman, who represented a large swath of Queens until his retirement in 2013, and economist Martin Cantor to... | more