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Bring tech, sports, tourism, and infrastructure jobs

As former Nassau County Executive, I have a track record of creating and retaining thousands of jobs, and spurring economic development by bringing tech, sports and entertainment, tourism, and infrastructure jobs and projects to Nassau County.

As your Congressman, I will continue to fight for more skills, more jobs, and more wages for our communities. I will start a skills revolution so our workers have the training and knowledge needed to compete in today's complex global economy. I will fight to support middle class working families here on Long Island and Queens who need higher paying jobs and better work opportunities so they can earn enough money to afford to live here. I will fight to get the federal funding back to our district for much-needed infrastructure projects to enhance our roads, bridges, and public transit systems, and create clean energy jobs for workers installing solar panels, manufacturing wind turbines, and building battery operated cars.

Source: 2016 New York House campaign website SuozziForCongress.com , Nov 8, 2016

Invest in our own roads, bridges, and tunnels

New York State is a net donor to the federal government. The money we send to Washington is distributed to other states where they invest New York State's tax dollars in their roads, bridges, and tunnels. We need to start bringing our tax dollars back to our district, and investing in our own roads, bridges, and tunnels.

We need to create better road conditions for drivers, and develop more viable public transit options for the 70% of our commuters who are driving themselves to work every day. As Mayor of Glen Cove, I navigated the complex bureaucracy in Washington, bringing $50 million in federal funds to our North Shore city, and as County Executive, I brought federal funding in the tens of millions back to Nassau County. I know how to bring our hard earned tax dollars back to our communities--I've done it--and I will fight to keep more of our tax dollars in our district so we can reinvest in our infrastructure, and bring jobs and economic growth to our community.

Source: 2016 New York House campaign website SuozziForCongress.com , Nov 8, 2016

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KS-4:Pompeo(R; appointed CIA Director)
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NE-2:Bacon(R)
NY-19:Faso(R)
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