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The U.S. Representative for New York's 7th congressional district, serving since 1999.
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ENG: Joseph Crowley (born March 16, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 7th congressional district, serving since 1999. He is the Chairman of the New Democrat Coalition and the Queens County Democratic Party. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district encompasses portions of Queens and the Bronx. It includes neighborhoods such as Woodside, Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst and College Point in Queens as well as the neighborhoods of Castle Hill, Co-op City, Parkchester, Throggs Neck, Morris Park, Pelham Parkway, Pelham Bay, Country Club, and City Island in the eastern Bronx. Early life, education and career Crowley was born in New York City, the son of an Irish-American father and an immigrant Catholic mother from County Armagh, Northern Ireland. A paternal uncle ...
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Joe Crowley’s brother sued by GOP official

Attorney John E. “Sean” Crowley is suing a California woman on disability, claiming he was never properly compensated for legal work he had done for her. She and her lawyer, who are fighting the fee, claim his congressman brother’s appointments create a conflict of interest. Sean Crowley is the brother of U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-Jackson Heights), chairman of the Queens Democratic Party. A Forest Hills resident who works for Manhattan firm Davidoff, Malito & Hutcher LLP, Sean Crowley filed a lawsuit in Queens Surrogate Court against Rose McGushin, 49, seeking $10,000 ...

Rep. Crowley’s Correct Priorities

When Bronx State Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr., the vocal loser in the historic Marriage Equality battle, criticizes you, you know you must be doing something right. That is the case with the recent non-story in the New York Post about Queens Congressman Joe Crowley’s decision to have his wife and three young children live with him in Washington, D.C, rather than his home district. “Having them where I am during the workweek allows me to be there to tuck them in at night and help with homework,” Crowley told the Post, which seems to be trying to turn a virtue into a vice here. An ...

After Choosing a Candidate Who Lost, ...

... a Democrat Stands in an Unfavorable Light New York Democrats woke up on Wednesday morning to an unwelcome new reality — the voters of Queens and Brooklyn had elected a Republican to represent the Ninth Congressional District — and an uncomfortable new question: What went wrong? There was the unhappiness with President Obama, of course, and the state of the economy. There was the Israel issue, the endorsement by former Mayor Edward I. Koch and the weakness of the Democratic candidate, David I. Weprin. But then, too, there was Representative Joseph Crowley. After all, ...

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Congressman Crowley Statement on the Passing of Mary Lu Plunkett, Pillar of the Queens County Democratic Organization
(Queens, N.Y) - Today, Congressman Joe Crowley (D-Queens, the Bronx), Chair of the Queens County Democratic Organization, issued the following statement on the passing of Mary Lu Plunkett:    read more
Chairman Crowley Applauds Passage of House Resolution Calling for New Sanctions on Burma
(Washington, D.C.) – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY) applauded the passage of H.Con.Res.90, a resolution he authored along with Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH), condemning the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people and calling for the Trump administration to impose sanctions on the Burma security services responsible for rights abuses. The measure passed the House by a vote of 423 to 3. The resolution also calls for an immediate restoration of humanitarian access in Burma’s Rakhine State. The bipartisan resolution was co-sponsored by 30 Members of Congress.  “The House of Representatives sent a strong message today that there must be consequences for the campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya people. That includes imposing sanctions against the military and security services who perpetrate these atrocities.  “I will continue to press for stronger actions to end violence against innocent men, women, and children, and call on American and Burmes
Chairman Crowley Statement on November Jobs Report
(Queens, NY) - House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley released the following statement on the November jobs report: “Republicans lack vision on how to create an economy that lifts up working and middle-class families. Their to-the-brink style of governing has once again brought the country to the precipice of a shutdown. The tax plan they’ve rushed through Congress helps corporate special interests and GOP donors, but will decimate a generation of teachers, firefighters, shift workers, and the elderly. “There is a better way. Democrats have a plan to raise wages, which today’s jobs report shows are increasing far too slowly. We must also invest in our country by supporting a robust infrastructure plan that put people back to work in meaningful and well-paying jobs and opens new opportunities for the American middle class."
Chairman Crowley Statement on the Inadequate Government Funding Bill
(Washington, D.C.) – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY) issued the following statement after the House voted for a continuing resolution that doesn’t address the country’s most pressing needs: “I am opposed to the Republicans’ continuing resolution. It fails to provide thousands of children with access to health care or lift up our teetering economy. It leaves DREAMers without the stability and safety they deserve and fails to invest in transportation and infrastructure. “Republicans control the House, Senate, and the White House. Yet, they have failed to pass any meaningful legislation to help hard-working Americans. Their lack of vision for how to strengthen America and improve the lives of those trying to make ends meets have brought us to today — to the brink of a government shutdown. Republicans will clearly need Democrats to avoid disaster. We have made clear our votes will require an investment in our priorities.”

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