NEW YORK – Today, Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney announced he will hold 30 town halls across New York State in the next 30 days. He will kick it off by holding a telephone town hall tonight with thousands of New Yorkers followed by “running town halls” in Brooklyn and Manhattan where people can join Maloney for a morning run and ask questions about issues important to them. The run will end with a short in-person town hall.

“Town halls give me the chance to talk to thousands of New Yorkers from all over the state about what they want to see in their next attorney general,” said Maloney. “I’ve held nearly 150 town halls as a member of Congress and it’s some of the best work I do – and I want to take that same level of transparency and accountability to the attorney general’s office.”

Telephone Town Hall with Sean Patrick Maloney

Monday, August 6 at 7:00PM

Running Town Hall in Central Park with Sean Patrick Maloney

Tuesday, August 7 at 6:30AM
Meet at 90th Street and 5th Avenue entrance to Central Park

Running Town Hall in Brooklyn with Sean Patrick Maloney

Wednesday, August 8 at 6:30AM
Meet at the Southwest corner of Borough Hall (corner of Joralemon and Court Street)

For more information, or to RSVP for these or future town halls please visit Maloney’s website at

In addition to telephone and running town halls, Maloney will hold in-person town halls at local businesses and locations across the state. Details on future town halls will be announced as they become available.

Maloney is the first openly gay member of Congress elected from the State of New York. Previously, he was a partner at two global law firms and ran a high-tech business. While working as a young attorney in New York City, he proudly fought for the rights of tenants and new Americans. He also served as a senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, where he worked to advance the interests of hate crime survivors. He also worked for two Governors of New York. During his time serving in Congress, Maloney has passed dozens of his legislative priorities into law while fighting for veterans, farmers, and older Americans. In 2017, he was awarded the Town Hall Project’s “Grassroots MVP” for his transparency and responsiveness to his constituents.