Congressman Anthony Brindisi is releasing his "100 Days Report", highlighting the work he's done so far in his first 100 days in office.

Here are some of the key highlights:

  • Visited all eight counties in NY-22
  • Helped 83 constituents solve issues with federal agencies
  • Attended 53 community events, meetings, visits, and tours
  • Responded to 12,040 constituent letters, phone calls, and emails
  • Passed four amendments
  • Held town halls in Broome, Oneida, and Madison Counties and at Colgate University

He's also introduced or co-introduced five bills including the Transparency for Cable Consumers Act.

“Serving Upstate New York is an honor and a responsibility I take very seriously,” said Brindisi. “As a member of Congress, my top priority is helping the people of New York’s 22nd district. That means listening to their concerns, answering their questions, and working hard to solve their problems. Over the last 100 days, I traveled to all eight counties in NY-22 to meet with Upstate New Yorkers at town halls, businesses, schools, and community events. That’s exactly what they can continue to expect as I work to solve problems and get things done. We have a lot of work to do.”

You can read the full "100 Days Report" report here.