Rep. Delgado is from Schenectady and lives in Rhinebeck with his wife, Lacey, and their twin sons, Maxwell and Coltrane. Rep. Delgado's parents worked for General Electric in Schenectady, demonstrating the values of hard work and commitment to community. It is that hard-working spirit that Rep. Delgado has continued throughout his life: he earned a Rhodes Scholarship while he attended Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, and went on to attend Harvard Law School. Rep. Delgado's professional experiences include a career in the music industry focused on empowering young people through Hip Hop culture, as well as working as an attorney in the complex commercial space, where he also dedicated significant time to pro bono work in connection with criminal justice reform. It's because of these diverse professional and personal experiences that Rep. Delgado can find common ground across the aisle and deliver results for the people of New York's 19th Congressional District.
Rep. Delgado spends every day in Congress focused on creating a vibrant local economy, working with local, state, and federal partners -- regardless of party -- to get results for the people here. From improving access to quality, affordable health care to expanding rural broadband to protecting our agricultural interests, Rep. Delgado is dedicated to working across the aisle and standing up for what residents need.
Rep. Delgado takes seriously his responsibility to be a voice for his constituents across the district, and hold himself accountable to them -- this year, Rep. Delgado will hold town halls in all 11 counties in the 19th Congressional District. Rep. Delgado is also committed to ensuring transparency and accessibility: He is posting his public events on this website so constituents across the district can speak with him personally, and setting up offices and mobile offices across the district so that everyone can have their questions answered, issues addressed, and voices heard.
Antonio Delgado announces the membership of his 19th Congressional District Advisory Committee on Veterans, and appointed Malia DuMont, Chief of Staff at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, as Chair.
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