Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney and Senator Cordell Cleare Endorse Each Other for Re-Election

Updated: Apr 27

March 7, 2022

New York, NY - Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney and Senator Cordell Cleare endorsed each other for re-election. Congresswoman Maloney’s newly redrawn NY-12 District includes parts of East Harlem, the East Side of Manhattan, Midtown West, the Upper West Side, the West Village, Greenpoint, Long Island City, and Astoria. Senator Cleare represents New York’s 30th Assembly District, including parts of Harlem, East Harlem, Upper West Side, Washington Heights, Hamilton Heights, and Morningside Heights.

“Going back to her time as a teacher in East Harlem, Congresswoman Maloney has a proven track record of delivering for our East Harlem community. After becoming East Harlem’s City Councilmember, Congresswoman Maloney saved the only ATM in the neighborhood when the big banks wanted to get rid of it. Now as our member of Congress coming back to represent our District, I know she will deliver on her promise to expand the 2nd Avenue Subway to 125th Street. I am proud to both receive the Congresswoman’s endorsement and endors

e her for re-election,” said Senator Cordell Cleare.

“I am deeply grateful for Senator Cleare’s endorsement and am proud to endorse her for re-election. This is an especially meaningful partnership as East Harlem has played an integral part in my life as a public servant,” said Rep. Maloney. “I began my career in East Harlem as a teacher, and it is where I first saw how government can be a force of good in people’s lives. I am thrilled to be running for re-election bac

k in East Harlem in the newly redrawn NY-12 with the Senator’s support. I look forward to partnering together to complete major projects like finally expanding the 2nd Avenue Subway to 125th Street. Thank you, Senator!”