Sean Patrick Maloney has experience at all levels of government and was a key advisor to President Bill Clinton at the White House. Maloney was part of the team that created millions of jobs, ran a budget surplus, and protected Medicare by asking wealthier Americans to pay their fair share.
As a private attorney, Maloney has worked pro bono for tenants in disputes against their slumlords, and he was a strong proponent of marriage equality in New York.
If elected, Maloney will work to get the debt under control by cutting wasteful spending, ending the Bush tax cuts and closing special corporate tax loopholes — not by cutting the investments in education, job training and high-tech research that create jobs. And he will fight to protect a woman’s right to choose and funding for women’s health and to make sure insurance companies cannot charge higher premiums on the basis of gender.