WASHINGTON -- Congressman Anthony Brindisi was sworn in Thursday beginning his first term representing the 22nd Congressional District.
During his ceremony, Brindisi took the oath-of-office and emphasized again that he will work across party lines to best serve New York state.
“I am honored today to take the oath of office to serve the people of New York’s 22nd Congressional District. Upstate New Yorkers put their trust in me, and it is a responsibility that I take very seriously,” said Brindisi. in a statement. “It’s time to end the Washington dysfunction and get to work. I’m ready to reach across the aisle and work with members of both parties to ensure quality, affordable health care, create good-paying jobs, and deliver results for the people of this community.”
Brindisi also made good on a campaign promise to not vote for Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House.
The 116th Congress is the most diverse group of lawmakers in the nation's history.
The congressman’s office says constituents can reach him by phone or email:
District Office - (315) 927-7407
Washington, D.C. Office - (202) 225-3665
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