Brindisi Successfully Included Amendment To Fix Arbitrary Restrictions Limiting Primary Election Voting Hours In Upstate New York
Brindisi: Time To Ensure Everyday People’s Voices Are Heard
Brindisi’s Transparency For Cable Consumers Act Ensures Companies Like Charter/Spectrum Pay The Price When Fined By Public Service Commission
Brindisi: Rate Hikes, Poor Service Hurt Our Bank Accounts And Quality Of Life, Time To Take Action
As Number of Robocalls Continues to Rise, Brindisi Supports Swift Action on Proposed FCC Rules to Crack Down on Robocalls Initiating from Foreign Countries
Brindisi Co-Sponsors Spam Calls Tasks Force Act to Create Interagency Task Force to Help Find Solution to Growing Problem
Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) released the following statement after his co-sponsorship of H.R. 1:
Brindisi Outlines Plan to Get More Funding for Needed Road and Bridge, Railroad, and Water Treatment Projects in Upstate New York
Congressman Continues to Tour Infrastructure Projects in NY-22 that Need Assistance
Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) held his February town hall in Rome today, addressing a crowd of nearly 100 constituents. Brindisi took questions straight from the audience on a wide variety of topics including rising health care costs, border security, education, and more.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) today welcomed members of the community to an open house in his Utica District Office. Congressman Brindisi and his team met with constituents and discussed ways the office can help constituents in New York’s 22nd Congressional District.
Today, Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) delivered Valentine’s Day cards to local veterans at Sitrin Health Care in New Hartford as part of Valentines for Vets, a program he launched to show appreciation for Upstate New York veterans.
Brindisi Starts Infrastructure Tour in Town of Windsor, Learns More About Town’s Need for Updated Water Infrastructure
Brindisi to Prioritize Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation to Keep Our Communities Safe, Healthy, and Economically Secure
Congressman Anthony Brindisi release the following statement after the House and Senate passed H.J. Res. 31: