Dear Friend,

My parents came to America from Greece and Cuba in search of a better life. They became small business owners in Brooklyn and bought a home on Staten Island. In short, they lived the American Dream. More and more, it seems the 2020 election will be about whether we preserve the American Dream for future generations or move more toward the destructive, regressive policies of socialism.

More than ever before, we need No Nonsense Leadership in Washington, D.C.

In the State Assembly, I’ve worked to find commonsense solutions to the issues that matter most on Staten Island and in Southern Brooklyn. And I’ve been a reliable voice defending my constituents against the regressive policies advanced in both Albany and City Hall!


I’m proud to have restored express and local bus service for local neighborhoods and helped hundreds of families rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. I’ve delivered record education funding and held City Hall accountable for its failed management of our schools. In the State Assembly, I made New York a national model in the treatment of opioid addiction, expanded funding for senior programs and protected mental health services for our returning veterans.

As a member of Congress, I will do even more to improve access to high-quality health care and deliver infrastructure improvements. I will make securing our borders a priority and support pro-growth policies that put American workers first.

Our campaign is making tremendous progress every day. Please take a moment and sign up for email updates, volunteer or follow us on social media.

With your help, we’re going to win!


Nicole Malliotakis

Nicole Malliotakis NEWS & EVENTS

Malliotakis Applauds Fixes to Botched Bail Law as Big Step

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, a leader in the fight to fix the botched bail reform law, applauded the changes being adopted in the state budget.

Medical Volunteers Wanted & Are Signing Up!

The state will match them with the staffing needs at new medical facilities like those being set up at College of Staten Island and South Beach Psych Center on Staten Island, and the Javits Center in Manhattan.

Watch Nicole Discuss The City, State and Federal Response to COVID-19 on PBS’ MetroFocus

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis appeared on PBS' MetroFocus to discuss the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

CARES Act Explained

Supporting our economy, small businesses, hospitals and their workers, and others are the goals of the CARES Act, which is why these measures have been included since the legislation was first introduced.

Important Information Regarding NYS Unemployment Benefits

Important Information Regarding NYS Unemployment Benefits

USNS Comfort is here to bring hope

USNS Comfort is here to bring hope, support, care & comfort to the people of NYC - God Bless America!

Malliotakis Op-Ed: City Workers Need Protective Gear NOW

Not only do they deserve the proper equipment and supplies, they also deserve better screening before and after their shift.

The Fight to Protect City Workers During This Crisis

Sanitation and other essential city workers are not receiving an adequate supply of protective equipment such as masks, gloves and hand sanitizers, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island) told the Advance.


With non-essential business being shut down, the majority of people utilizing these spaces are those under quarantine at the city and state’s urging or essential workers who are keeping the vital aspects of this city running during a crisis