Maloney to Participate in League of Women Voters Forum on August 1st and Future Televised Debate

Cold Spring, New York – Today, Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney announced that he will participate in the League of Women Voters U.S. Congressional District 17 Virtual Democratic Primary Candidate Forum on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in addition to a future televised debate.

“Thank you to the League of Women Voters for agreeing to host a forum for the NY-17 primary. I am eager to participate and grateful for the opportunity to directly answer questions from voters alongside my opponent,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney. “I believe elected leaders must be accessible and available to the public, which is why I’ve held over 180 town halls since taking office. I look forward to continuing to connect with our communities here in the Hudson Valley and answering any questions voters have at the LWV Forum on August 1st and at a future televised debate that we will work with our opponent and local media to organize.”


League of Women Voters Forum: For years, LWV has hosted forums that are well-regarded for their policy-focus and civility. As is their standard practice, this forum will be livestreamed to the League of Women Voters’ online platforms and posted in its entirety after the event to ensure voters can easily view the forum, even if they weren’t able to tune in live. Anyone who wants to tune in can sign up here. NY-17 residents can submit questions for the forum and find more information about the League of Women Voters here

Additional Televised Debate: Rep. Maloney looks forward to working with his opponent’s campaign and local media organizations to find an appropriate date and venue for a televised debate between the two candidates.  

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney has represented the Hudson Valley in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2013. Since taking office, he has held 183 town halls and has appeared jointly with his opponent at local democratic committee meetings five times since the beginning of the primary. Rep. Maloney’s record of service and accessibility is why he has been endorsed by over 70 local leaders, democratic committees, and labor organizations across NY-17. 

Voters with questions for Rep. Maloney or the campaign can always get in touch with our team, contact information available at