Congressman Dan Goldman has represented New York's 10th Congressional district since 2022. Goldman first gained prominence on the national level in 2019, when he served as lead counsel for the impeachment investigation of President Trump for abusing his office for his personal interest regarding Ukraine. In that role, Goldman led depositions and questioned witnesses in public hearings, and testified before the House Judiciary Committee.
Prior to that, Goldman served 10 years as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York working with Preet Bharara. He took on some of the office’s biggest and most consequential cases: prosecuting violent gangs and gun trafficking, mafia bosses and Russian organized crime, and landmark insider trading and major corporate fraud cases. In law school, Goldman contributed to Michelle Alexander’s seminal book, The New Jim Crow, which addressed the inequalities in our criminal justice system.
Congressman Goldman's priorities include protecting our democracy and defending our fundamental rights, particularly at a moment when there have never been greater threats to both.
During his first term in Congress, Congressman Goldman has emerged as a leading voice on pro-Israel, pro-peace, pro-democracy issues. Recently, he co-led the Nadler-Raskin-Goldman letter, which emphasized that a commitment to Israel’s security is not incompatible with a commitment to the humanitarian needs of the innocent people of Gaza. Congressman Goldman has also been an outspoken opponent to Prime Minister Netanyahu's anti-democratic judicial overhaul plan.