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Malliotakis Issues Her First 100 Days Report Card

April 13, 2021

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) today released the following statement and attached report card recapping her first 100 days in office representing New York's 11th Congressional District:

“My office prides itself on its outstanding constituent services, helping residents cut through bureaucracy and red tape, bringing federal funding to the district and back into the pockets of taxpayers. Among those we've been able to help in my first three months in office include helping a young woman who was adopted 18 years ago finally become a U.S. citizen, assisting a local grocery store about to close its doors receive nearly $200,000 in PPP loans and getting an injured police officer the disability payments he had been waiting for since 2014. My team and I are focused on getting things done for the residents of Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn, and while these are a few significant examples of the cases we've closed, the good news is we are just getting started. We are extremely proud of the success we've had in the first 100 days and are looking forward to the work we'll do in the years to come."

Malliotakis' achievements can be found below:

In the first 100 days...

  • $1,323,345.43 Returned to constituents from various federal agencies
  • 539 Cases closed
  • 623 COVID vaccine appointments made
  • 28 passports issued
  • 15,000+ Constituent responses sent
  • 3 new U.S. citizenships
  • 40 Bill cosponsored
  • 6 Emergency visas issued
  • 26,105 pieces of PPE delivered

Introduced legislation:

  • Ensuringextra revenue derived from two-way tolling is given back to toll payers
  • Deterring local governments from defunding police departments
  • Increasing investigations & prosecutions of individuals who lie or forge information in an attempt to illegally purchase firearms
  • Extendingthe Small Business Administration's PPP application deadline from March 31, 2021 to June 30, 2021
  • Incentivizing planting more trees in urban areas, growing more wood in existing forests & storing more carbon with innovative building practices
  • Adding disabled veterans to the list of exceptions for HOV lanes

Total amount of money returned to constituents: $1,323,345.43

  • Internal Revenue Service: $123,617.93
  • Small Business Administration: $759,095
  • Social Security Administration: $274,428
  • Department of Labor: $122,824
  • Office of Personnel Management: $25,093
  • Department of Education: $18,287.50

Total amount of Federal grants administered: $3,785,875

  • $2,622,250 to the Community Health Center of Richmond
  • $1,118,625 to the Beacon Christian Community Health Center
  • $25,000 to the Friends of Alice Austen House
  • $20,000 to the Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences