Committed to Accessibility

That’s why, throughout my time in Congress, my team and I have prioritized efforts to remain accessible to our neighbors across the district. We are always working hard to improve upon the level of assistance we provide. In 2017, we were proud to be recognized for accessibility when, according to reporting by The Hill, we were in the top 1% of … Read More

Tom Reed for Congress Ends Year With $1 Million in Bank

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Abbey Daugherty Communications Director, Tom Reed for Congress [email protected] 716-378-2775 Campaign closes record-breaking year in strongest position to date Tom Reed for Congress announced today that it enters the election year with more than $1 million in the bank and record engagement from volunteers. “We are grateful to the hundreds of fellow New Yorkers who have placed their … Read More

ICYMI in January

January was an incredible month with the results of tax reform already making a positive impact. We saw over 100 companies across the country – Starbucks, UPS, Exxon and many more –  announce bonuses and increased wages and benefits for their employees, as well as plans to expand hiring efforts. Starting next month, 90% of American workers will see bigger … Read More

Tax Reform Works

Last month, President Trump signed into law the most comprehensive and transformational tax reforms in a generation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was seven years in the making and I am pleased with the final result because I know that these reforms will be beneficial for our district. Our hardworking neighbors deserve the tax relief that will result from … Read More

2017 Year in Review

From being appointed to President Trump’s transition team to passing historic tax reform, 2017 has been a busy and productive year. We listened at Town Hall meetings across our district and brought your voices to the halls of Congress. I am thankful to serve as your Representative in Congress, and look forward to fighting for you in 2018 and beyond. … Read More

Reed to Cuomo: Stop Playing Politics with Tragedy

Tom Reed calls on Governor Andrew Cuomo to stop politicizing the tragedy in Las Vegas. “It is disappointing that Andrew Cuomo would politicize the tragedy in Las Vegas to promote himself and blame Republicans,” said Tom Reed. “After this horrific event it’s time to come together as Americans to support one another. As authorities work to determine a motive for … Read More

Extreme Rhetoric

Last week speakers at a weekly protest organized by Citizens for a Better Southern Tier held up the Nazi flag, compared supporters of Donald Trump to supporters of Adolph Hitler, and called us traitors. I am always looking to engage in a dialogue and find common ground to solve the problems facing our community, but this extreme rhetoric is polarizing … Read More

Tom Reed Among Top One Percent in Congress for Town Hall Meetings

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “I care about listening to New Yorkers. To be recognized as one of the most accessible members of Congress is exciting” said Tom Reed. “Engaging in a conversation with constituents about the issues facing our district is important. Whether we’re talking about national issues like the repeal of the Affordable Care Act or discussing local ones like … Read More

Reed Congratulates Trump

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Amy Hasenberg Communications Director [email protected] 607-684-6242   Corning, NY–Tom Reed released the following statement regarding the Donald Trump’s victory. “Congratulations to President-Elect Donald Trump on his win. We have gotten to know him over this campaign and look forward to working with him to get our economy moving again,” said Tom Reed. “Now is a time for our … Read More

Reed: Go Vote

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Amy Hasenberg Communications Director [email protected] 607-684-6242 Corning, NY–Tom Reed is calling on voters to make their voices heard. “Our right to vote is one of the most important rights we have as Americans,” said Tom Reed.  “I am asking all New Yorkers to make their voice heard tomorrow, November 8th.” “I care deeply about our communities, which is why … Read More