It’s no secret – Long Island has its fair share of issues. And with all the turmoil and partisan gridlock in Washington, it’s more important than ever that Long Island has someone who understand how to get things done. It’s time Long Island had a real working-class voice in Washington. It’s time Long Island had Nick Antonucci.
A Working-Class Long Islander Who Understands Long Island
Nick Antonucci for New York’s 1st Congressional District in 2022
YOUR ISLAND. YOUR VOICE.
Meet Nick Antonucci
A life-long New Yorker, born in Brooklyn and living in Southold, Nick is a working-class educator who understands the real struggles Long Islanders face every day – sometimes just to make ends meet. His passion for education and community activism, and his first-hand understanding of the issues we need to overcome, has inspired him to run for Congress to advocate for Long Island and protect the people and place he cares about most.
Member of the New York State United Teachers Union
COMMITTED TO CHANGE
Some of Nick’s Top Priorities as Congressman
Supporting Suffolk’s Economy and Working Families Most agree that folks living in Suffolk County should make livable wages and access affordable health care, child care, and other essential services. One of my top priorities is putting New York families to work in good-paying jobs. I…
Long Islanders are lucky. We enjoy the wonder of our open spaces, farms, vineyards, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, pastures, creeks, rivers, and the most incredible beaches in the world. But we live in a fragile ecosystem, and I am fearful of what Long Island will…
I am a life-long public servant and proud union member who dedicates his life to teaching. Educating students in our public schools and at Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) is rewarding, as is, serving as the Executive Director of Sachem Professional Development Inc. (SPDI), a…
I believe we all realize that the healthcare system in our country is fundamentally flawed, and the numbers don’t lie – Health spending per person in the U.S. was $10,948, which was 53% higher than the country with the next highest per capita health spending.*…
It is unconscionable that the United States has waged war for decades without ensuring that it could pay the actual human costs. After risking everything for our country, veterans who have returned home should never feel cast aside by our nation. Nor should they ever…
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September 22, 2021
Suffolk County is one of the most expensive places to live in the country, and it is also a place where there has been little movement in wages and employment opportunities for decades. It shouldn’t be a struggle to find a job with a wage that can pay for housing and still put food on […]
September 6, 2021
Nick Antonucci grew up in Holtsville, New York, right here in Suffolk County. It is where he learned discipline, perseverance, faith in God and country, and the value of hard work. “The only place where success comes before work is the dictionary” is a quote that Nick’s grandfather shared with him when he was young […]
August 29, 2021
I was in Washington DC on August 28th. I made the trip from Southold to Washington to show my support for the passage of a federal law that would restore critical protections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which outlawed discriminatory voting practices. According to the Justice Department, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 […]
August 27, 2021
I need to clarify that I am not a politician. What I am is a life-long public servant and proud union member who dedicates his life to teaching. Educating students in our public schools and at Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) is rewarding, as is, serving as the Executive Director of Sachem Professional Development Inc. […]
January 7, 2021
Written on January 7th, 2021 For me, it’s really about my fellow New Yorkers – the great people of Long Island, my neighbors in the 1st Congressional District. I don’t care about the labels: Democrat, Republican, Right, Left. It’s about what is right and what is wrong; and I have seen enough wrong in my […]
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