Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Talks To Residents At Roosevelt Island Town Hall Meeting Last Night About Gun Violence Protection, Democratic Party Primary, Cornell Tech, FDR Park, Saving Local Post Office, Ferry Service, Breast Cancer Research & More
Roosevelt Island's Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney led a Sit-In this morning at the Upper East Side's Carl Schurz Park to prevent gun violence.
It's #NationalDayofAction to prevent gun violence. Join me at Carl Schurz park at 11am for a sit-in to demand gun safety reforms— Carolyn B. Maloney (@RepMaloney) June 29, 2016
Ms Maloney won her Democratic Party primary last night..@Bradybuzz @RepMaloney and gun violence survivors sing "We Will Stop The Guns." @NYDailyNews #guncontrol pic.twitter.com/RtS7QpHuWf— Edgar Sandoval (@edjsandoval) June 29, 2016
Ms Maloney spoke at last evening's Roosevelt Island Town Hall Meeting about:Thank you again to the Democratic voters of NY12 for last night’s primary win. It’s an honor to represent you. pic.twitter.com/GqMGrI99Z6— Carolyn B. Maloney (@CarolynBMaloney) June 29, 2016
- Yesterday's Democratic Party Congressional Primary,
- Upcoming arrival of Cornell Tech,
- Visiting FDR Four Freedoms Park to witness swearing in of new citizens,
- Saving Roosevelt Island Post Office,
- Roosevelt Island Ferry Service,
- Subway Security Cameras,
- Gun Violence Protection (No Fly, No Buy)
- Breast Cancer Research funding with new gold coin and
Congresswoman Maloney was interviewed by Roosevelt Island Gristedes supermarket owner John Catsimatidis on his June 26 Cats Roundtable radio program about the recent Congressional Sit in and gun control.
CATS Roundtable Local Edition— Cats Roundtable (@CatsRoundtable) June 26, 2016
Sunday June 26th ► Interview with @RepMaloney - Congressional sit in for gun controlhttps://t.co/iQtFu540fn
More information on Congresswoman Maloney available at her web site and Twitter feed.