The following is a collection of footage we've been collecting of Tom and will be periodically updated. Feel free to browse!

Getting Dark Money Out of Politics

Tom was recently featured on NowThis to discuss government corruption and the reform agenda.


100 days of Action Recap

Team Tom crossed the "100 days until the midterm election" mark with a district-wide Day of Action, celebrating 100,000 doors knocked and phone calls made and sending out over 200 volunteer shifts.



Cruising around and talking about life and being nerdy. Also, have we ever told you that Tom got kicked out of Bahrain?


At Risk

Everything I fought for in service of this country is now at risk.

NJ is getting the short end of the stick.

Candidate Tom Malinowski discusses the elimination of the State and Local Tax (SALT) Deduction and the underwhelming return-on-investment that NJ receives from the federal government on Bloomberg.



NJ7 Congressional candidate Tom Malinowski speaks at a well-attended office opening in Martinsville NJ. More information:


A Contract

The Republicans have passed a tax bill that creates over $2 trillion in debt and gives Warren Buffett a tax cut he didn't even ask for. We need to repeal and replace it. Period.


FiOS1 News Interview

Tom sits with FiOS1 News Senior Political Correspondent Andrew Whitman for a candidate profile and to discuss key issues, what voters in the 7th District are talking about, President Trump, Malinowski’s opponent, Leonard Lance, and more – in this unedited version of their interview.

March for Our Lives

Tom spoke to students from the 7th district on a rally bus attending the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. on 3/24/18.


Midterms are about saving the US, says nj candidate

Tom Malinowski served in the Obama White House, and he is running for Congress in New Jersey. Malinowski joins Morning Joe to discuss what's on the minds of NJ voters, the 2016 election and Democratic messaging.


Remarks at the Rally for Our Children in Flemington

Hundreds of people gathered at the old Historic Courthouse here on Main Street in a protest sponsored by the Hunterdon County Democratic Committee.