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Malliotakis Renews Commitment to NY-11 at the Start of 118th Congress

WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) on January 7 released the following statement regarding the start of the 118th Congress and renewing her commitment to work on behalf of the residents of New York’s 11th Congressional District.

“I’m extremely proud of my office’s outstanding record of constituent services helping more than 7,500 constituents cut through bureaucratic red tape and delivering over $141 million to constituents and community organizations including our hospitals and the New York Police Department during my first term. I’m also proud of fulfilling my commitment to my constituents that we would end the reign of Speaker Nancy Pelosi and restore balance to the halls of Congress. As the new Congress begins, I renew my commitment to fight for the residents of Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn and work to restore our economy, secure our border, increase our energy independence, cut wasteful spending to reduce inflation and increase public safety in communities across America.”

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