Release: Reed Continues Working and Listening Tour in Olean

Reed Continues “Tom on the Job” in Olean Tom Reed Continues Working and Listening Tour with Special Guest “Sister Mary”  Corning- Congressman Tom Reed was “Working and Listening” yesterday with his “Tom on the Job” stop at Worth W. Smith Hardware in Olean. Worth W. Smith Hardware has been in business since 1929 with a recent 85-year anniversary and over … Read More

Release: Reed Receives U.S. Chamber Endorsement

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Endorses Tom Reed for Congress The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation for organizations of every size. Supporting a pro-business mindset and working diligently to represent the interests of businesses small and large, the Chamber recognizes lawmakers that fight for sustained economic growth and help create jobs.

Release: Reed Receives the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Endorsement

Reed Receives U.S. Chamber of Commerce Endorsement  CORNING- Congressional Candidate Tom Reed today announced the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at Everyday True Value in Jamestown. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation for organizations of every size. Supporting a pro-business mindset and working diligently to represent the interests of businesses small and large, … Read More

Reed Continues “Tom on the Job” in Penn Yan

Reed Continues “Tom on the Job” in Penn Yan Working and Listening Tour Corning- Congressman Tom Reed was “Working and Listening” yesterday with his “Tom on the Job” stop Grace Gardens in Penn Yan. Reed’s ‘Working and Listening Tour’ will continue through the election and give Reed the opportunity to highlight the importance of small business in the Southern Tier … Read More

Release: Reed Continues Working and Listening Tour in Corning

Reed Continues “Tom on the Job” in Corning Working and Listening Tour  Corning- Congressman Tom Reed was “Working and Listening” yesterday with his “Tom on the Job” stop at Tire World in Corning. Tire World has been family owned and operated since 1984, with a small staff of dedicated employees. Reed stopped by for a tour, spoke with the owner … Read More

Q & A: Southern Tier Running Club

Southern Tier Running Club: Q & A Question: Were you an athlete in your youth? If so, what was/were your sports? Answer: I was a swimmer for 14 years and ‘All American’ in college – I also played lacrosse in college. Question: I understand your weight loss journey began with bariatric surgery. What was the motivation for that? Answer: After … Read More

Column: Simplifying the Tax Code for Southern Tier Families

Simplifying the Tax Code in NY23 Families in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes go through it each year. We gather the forms from our employers, sift through bank documents and receipts, and fill out confusing forms. Each year, families and small business find themselves collectively spending more than 6 billion hours and $160 billion to file their taxes. Is … Read More

Release: Reed Receives NFIB Endorsement

Reed Receives NFIB Endorsement National Federation of Independent Business Endorses Tom Reed for Congress  Corning – Congressman Tom Reed today received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) at Parker’s Grille in Geneva. NFIB is the country’s leading advocate for small business owners representing roughly 10,000 members in New York.  The group endorses candidates based on their … Read More

Release: Robertson Fact Check

n an attempt to clear up any misguided messages from Martha Robertson’s first ad, I would like to highlight a summary of Robertson lies and mishaps to date: Robertson’s Lies: The Abridged Version 1. Robertson claims Reed voted to raise the retirement age False: Reed did vote for the 2012 Cooper-LaTourette budget, which was “based” on Simpson Bowles, but it had … Read More

Release: Robertson’s First Ad Out of Touch and Offensive

Robertson’s First Ad Out of Touch and Offensive to Millions Robertson’s first campaign ad exploits outdated photos of Reed, uses factually inaccurate information and recycled foreign footage Corning – Tom Reed’s campaign today highlighted three problems with Martha Robertson’s first television ad. First, Robertson included dated photos of Reed, clearly aiming to exploit a struggle millions of Americans face each … Read More