It is an honor to represent the people of New York’s 14th District in the United States Congress. I am working hard to ensure the security and prosperity of hard-working families, create jobs, improve our education system, and support and protect our veterans and seniors.

I want to keep up the fight to keep our nation strong, so please take a moment to read about my work in Congress and let me know your thoughts and ideas about how best to move our nation forward. Also, if you would like to help support my efforts, you can sign up to volunteer for, donate to or attend an upcoming event with my campaign.

Only with your help will I be able to continue serving my hometown community and working to keep our city, state and country healthy, safe and strong!

Sincerely,

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Congressman Joe Crowley


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Mar 10, 2017

Chairman Crowley Hosts 14th Annual Women’s History Month Celebration at New York Botanical Garden

Congressman Crowley hosted his 14th Annual Women's History Month Celebration.  He was joined by Special Guest Congresswoman Grace Meng, who delivered the keynote address, at the New York Botanical Garden and recognized three women who have made tremendous contributions to their communities.

Mar 03, 2017

Congressman Crowley invited an Astoria store owner, who was beaten in an anti-Muslim hate crime attack over a year ago to travel to Washington, D.C. and attend President Donald Trump's address to Congress last Tuesday.  Crowley wanted to remind President Trump of the many different faces that make up the fabric of America, including Mr. Haque's.

Mar 01, 2017

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Congressman Crowley hosted his 18th Annual Black History Month Celebration on February 22, 2017.  Rep. Cedric Richmond of New Orleans, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, joined as the guest of honor for the keynote address.  Crowley recognized two individuals for their impacts in their communities.