Congresswoman McCarthy won't run again
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McCarthy’s serves on the Financial Services Committee, and is currently a member of the Insurance and Housing Subcommittee, as well as the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit. She previously served as the Ranking Member of the International Monetary Policy and Trade Subcommittee.
“Carolyn McCarthy is not only a colleague, but also a dear friend and fellow Long Islander," said Congressman Steve Israel (D-Huntington)."She is a shining example of how one can translate tragedy into meaningful public service. Carolyn leaves a legacy of standing up for Long Island families, advocating for the safety of our children and fighting for critical gun safety legislation. She will be deeply missed.”
“I congratulate Carolyn McCarthy for a rewarding career in Congress," said Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray."[and} offer prayers for a full and speedy recovery in her battle against cancer ... and wish her happiness as she embarks upon a new chapter in her life.”
“I am very proud of the many accomplishments my colleagues and I have achieved, and am grateful to my family, my staff and all the countless volunteers and supporters with whom I have worked during my time in office,” McCarthy said. “The most important goal for any elected official is to help make residents’ lives better than they were, and as I enter my last year in office, I hope that together we continue to achieve that goal.”
Andrew Hackmack contributed to this story.