Rep. Carolyn Maloney
Election: won
U.S. House of Representatives - Incumbent
New York - 12

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney has served the citizens of New York since 1992. She is a renowned leader with extensive achievements on national security, the economy, women’s issues, and gun violence prevention.

Congresswoman Maloney has long supported sensible gun safety reforms, starting with support of The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act of 1993 and marching with Brady at the Million Mom March in 2000. She has subsequently introduced The NICs Review Act, Gun Trafficking Prevention Act, Gun Show Loophole Closing Act, Firearm Risk Protection Act, Handgun Trigger Safety Act and The Strengthening The National Instant Criminal Background Check System Act. She also helped to introduce bills that would enable federal public health agencies to conduct research on gun safety. She is a fierce advocate for common-sense gun laws. We need her continued support to pass gun violence prevention legislation into law.

"Gun violence is a national epidemic. It's in our schools, our homes, our streets, our movie theaters, our places of worship, our cars, and our shopping malls. Brady has been on the front lines of fighting gun violence for almost thirty years - and I cannot thank them enough for their endorsement, or their support for common-sense gun safety reforms. Their work is saving lives and I am proud to be a part of it."

Rep. Maloney