Newburgh, NY - Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released his first television advertisement of the 2014 campaign today. The ad, “Dad,” highlights Maloney’s experience serving as a senior adviser for President Bill Clinton and then starting his own business.
Newburgh, NY - While Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) has passed 13 bills through the House of Representatives including three signed into law, Tea Party Congresswoman Nan Hayworth apparently has no legislative highlights to tell her Hudson Valley neighbors. Take a look for yourself: http://nanhayworth.com/about-nan/legislative-highlights/
”Sean worked across the aisle to pass thirteen bills to invest in our infrastructure, grow our local economy, and cut wait times for veterans while Tea Party Congresswoman Nan Hayworth literally has a blank page of accomplishments,” said Stephanie Formas, spokeswoman for Sean Patrick Maloney. “When Tea Party Congresswoman Hayworth went to Washington, she focused on privatizing Social Security, cutting taxes for multimillionaires like herself, and defunding Planned Parenthood – it’s not surprising she didn’t get results for the Hudson Valley.”
Unlike Tea Party Congresswoman Hayworth, Sean has worked across the aisle to pass 13 bills. Three bills have been signed into law including The Red Tape Reduction Act to lower wait times for disabled veterans, the Dam Safety Act to improve our infrastructure and a bill to improve our farmers’ crop insurance as part of the bipartisan Farm Bill. He’s also passed ten bills on issues like reducing energy costs, support for the Highland Falls school district and curbing human trafficking in the Hudson Valley. Next week, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is expected to pass his legislation to improve rail safety by investing in the installation of positive train control.