Congressman Crowley Launches New Website

October 6, 2011
Press Release

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, Rep. Joe Crowley (D-Queens, the Bronx) announced the launch of his newly designed website to serve New York’s 7th Congressional District. The new website includes a redesigned navigation structure, interactive features to help constituents communicate with Rep. Crowley, and information about the work he is doing in Congress and in the Bronx-Queens community. Visitors to the site can also access the Congressman’s social media sites.

“It’s a true honor to represent the people of the Bronx and Queens in Congress and I am always looking for new ways to communicate and connect with them,” said Rep. Crowley. “Whether you are searching for information about a particular issue, interested in checking out my latest photos and videos, or need help working with a federal agency, my new website is a one-stop shop. The 21st century has opened the door to so many new ways to share ideas and communicate in real time. And, I hope all constituents take the time to check out my new website and keep in touch with me both in-person and online.”

The dynamic new website allows constituents to send questions directly to Rep. Crowley, watch his TV interviews and speeches, request assistance with a federal agency, and much more. Visitors to the site can also learn more about critical issues facing New York and the entire country, such as jobs and the economy, education and health care.

Constituents can also sign up for Rep. Crowley’s e-newsletter and connect with him on his social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.

The new website can be found at:

Rep. Crowley also encourages residents without access to the Internet to contact his District Offices at 718-931-1400 (Bronx) or 718-779-1400 (Queens).


Rep. Crowley on the Web:

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Congressman Crowley is a seven-term representative from the 7th Congressional District of New York, which includes sections of Queens and the Bronx. He is a member of the Ways and Means Committee and is a chief deputy whip in the Democratic leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives.