Sean was raised in a middle-class household and eventually rose to become one of President Bill Clinton’s senior advisors. Eventually starting his own business and serving as a senior adviser to two governors of New York, Sean became a Congressman in 2012 to ensure the Hudson Valley is fairly represented in Washington. He believes in a fairer tax code that makes sure the wealthy pays their fair share and protecting Medicare and Social Security. Sean has announced support for legislation that would create a public matching fund for campaigns to help reduce the influence of secret, big money donors in political campaigns.
Candidate for North Carolina's 13th Congressional District