Politicians and Election, Vote in Freedom, Actively Participate in Democracy, Vote for Change, Online referendum
left right close

Carolyn Maloney

> United States of America > Politicians > Democratic Party (United States) > Carolyn Maloney
Carolyn Maloney is ready for your opinion, support and vote. Vote online NOW!
Democratic
 
photo Carolyn Maloney

Carolyn Maloney - for

The U.S. Representative for New York's 14th congressional district, serving since 1993.
 NO! Carolyn Maloney

Carolyn Maloney - against

Click, if you do not support Carolyn Maloney. Say why.

Online election results for "Carolyn Maloney" in graph.

graph
Graph online : Carolyn Maloney
Full functionality only if Javascript and Flash is enabled
ENG: Carolyn Bosher Maloney (born February 19, 1946) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 14th congressional district, serving since 1993. She is a member of the Democratic Party. The district, popularly known as the "silk stocking district", includes most of Manhattan's East Side; Astoria and Long Island City in Queens; and Roosevelt Island. Early life, education and career Maloney was born in Greensboro, North Carolina and graduated from Greensboro College. In 1970, she visited New York City and decided to stay. New York City Council Maloney was elected to the New York City Council in 1982, defeating incumbent Robert Rodriguez in a heavily Spanish-speaking district based in East Harlem and parts of the South Bronx. She served as a Councilmember for 10 years. On the ...
for33against   In my opinion Carolyn Maloney is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for33against   I do not agree. Carolyn Maloney is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
Current preference ratio
for Carolyn Maloney

Rep. Maloney Goes to Bat for Scientific Research


As Congress debates strategies for deficit reduction, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-New York, is cautioning Congressional members to consider the role federal funding has in achieving scientific breakthroughs before enacting spending cuts. Speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives on Nov. 18, Maloney asserted that the federal government's investments in research can spur advances for some of the most challenging medical conditions while serving as an engine fueling growth for the nation, particularly crucial in the current stagnant economy. "We are now engaged in an important national ...


Carolyn Maloney’s Congressional Crash Pad


Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney rents out her Washington, D.C. home to a trio of her blue state Congressional colleagues–Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Rep.Terri A. Sewell of Alabama andRep. Frederica S. Wilson. The Times profiled Congresswoman Maloney’s Democratic dorm in today’s paper.“The camaraderie in the house is very special,” Congresswoman Sewell said. No men have lived in the house since Congresswoman Maloney began renting it out to avoid “very, very lonely” nights in D.C.–or Republicans. “I wouldn’t want to discriminate ...


A Member of the House Who Rents Out Rooms


Among her colleagues, Representative Carolyn B. Maloney is known as a fiery liberal from Manhattan, a rebel and a bit of a showman (she once appeared on the House floor in a burqa to draw attention to the mistreatment of women in Afghanistan). She is also known as something else: a landlady. Slightly more than six years ago, Ms. Maloney, a Democrat from the Upper East Side, bought for $1.5 million a newly constructed town house in Southeast Washington near the Capitol and across the street from a small park. Ever since, Ms. Maloney has been renting out rooms in the three-story, red-brick ...


[TOP 4]

> Carolyn Maloney > News

An overlooked way for NYC's small businesses to get a loan
This weekend we celebrate Small Business Saturday, an annual event following Black Friday, when shoppers are encouraged to support their communities by shopping local, incentivized by small businesses across the country offering special promotions. Small businesses drive the U.S. economy, accounting for 48% of our private workforce, 74% of new private-sector jobs since 2008, and 99.7% of all U.S. businesses. However, for as much value as these businesses add to the U.S. economy, many of them face undue obstacles in getting financing to grow and thrive. Limited access to credit is a problem for small businesses across the board, but it hits hardest in the communities that need economic development the most. This needs to change. I’ve authored the Investing in America’s Small Businesses Act to do just that. My bill would increase funding for a little-known federal program called the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. CDFIs help finance businesses in underserved comm
Maloney celebrates news of Bushwick Inlet Park deal
New York—After years of advocacy on behalf of Bushwick Inlet Park, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney today celebrates the news that the de Blasio administration has reached an agreement to purchase the 11-acre CitiStorage site on the Williamsburg waterfront for $160 million. “This community desperately needs more open space, and with this purchase the city finally controls the full 27.8 acres we were promised for Bushwick Inlet Park over 10 years ago. This soon to be beautiful park will serve our community for generations to come. I look forward to seeing the construction begin, and cannot wait to see the final product. We all owe the de Blasio Administration a debt of gratitude for working so diligently to acquire the Citistorage site. This long awaited promise is finally becoming a reality. No longer do we have to chant, “we want our park” now the cheer is, “we’ve got our park!” Background When Greenpoint/Williamsburg were upzoned in 2005, it was with the understandi
Rep. Maloney, Speaker Mark-Viverito, New York Leaders Hail bipartisan Commission report calling for new Smithsonian Museum of American Women's History
NEW YORK – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12), lead House sponsor of the bill to create a Congressional Commission to study a national women’s history museum, today was joined on the steps of City Hall with New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Public Advocate Letitia James, Councilman Ben Kallos, and women leaders to hail the final bipartisan report from the American Museum of Women's History Congressional Commission. The report recommends the creation of a new Smithsonian Museum for American Women’s History on the National Mall. Over the last 18 months, the bipartisan Commission has engaged with historians, scholars and various experts to draft the report and make their recommendations to establish a national women’s history museum on or very close to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. “The first step to creating a national women’s history museum in our nation’s capital is finally complete,” said Congresswoman Maloney. “It took 16 years to
A Smithsonian Museum For Women’s History Has Been Proposed & These Events Prove How Much It’s Needed
We may soon get an exciting addition to the 19 Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC: An eight-member Congressional panel has laid forth a plan for the American Museum of Women’s History, which would spotlight women's contributions to the country. Its proponents plan to introduce it to Congress within the next few months, and if they get approval, it should open within the next decade. Given how many important moments in history schools tend to skim over, it won't come a moment too soon. We often hear about how men were responsible for most of history because women weren't permitted in leadership roles or how women's contributions were important because they supported men as wives and mothers. But the truth is, despite the oppression they faced, women played a bigger role in history than many people realize — and not just as wives and mothers. To the contrary, women started companies, fought in wars, made scientific discoveries, and led movements. "It’s long overdue, and DC



 
george will carolyn maloney vendex and more...
load menu