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Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.)

Caucus Vice Chairman

District: 14th District
Political Highlights: N.Y. Assembly, 1987-99; U.S. House of Representatives, 1999-present
Born: March 16, 1962; Queens, N.Y.
Residence: Queens
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Kasey Crowley; three children
Education: Queens College, B.A. 1985
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1998 (9th term)
Committee Assignments: Ways & Means (Human Resources; Oversight)

Election History
2014generalJoseph Crowley (D) 50,35288.0
Elizabeth Perri (C) 6,73511.8
2012generalJoseph Crowley (D, WFM) 120,76183.2
William Gibbons (R, C) 21,75515.0
Anthony Gronowicz (GREEN) 2,5701.8
2010generalJoseph Crowley (D) 71,24780.5
Ken Reynolds (R) 16,14518.2
Anthony Gronowicz (GREEN) 1,0381.2
2008generalJoseph Crowley (D, WFM) 118,45984.7
William Britt (R, C) 21,47715.3
2006generalJoseph Crowley (D, WFM) 63,99784.0
Kevin Brawley (R, C) 12,22016.0
2004generalJoseph Crowley (D, WFM) 104,27580.9
Joseph Cinquemani (R, C) 24,54819.1
2002generalJoseph Crowley (D, WFM) 50,96773.3
Kevin Brawley (R, C) 18,57226.7
2000generalJoseph Crowley (D) 78,20771.7
Rose Birtley (R) 24,59222.5
Robert Hurley (C) 3,1312.9
Paul Gilman (GREEN) 1,9991.8
Garafalia Christea (RTL) 1,1721.1
1998generalJoseph Crowley (D) 50,92469.0
James Dillon (R) 18,89625.6
Richard Retcho (C) 3,9605.4
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New York is 5th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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