Gov. Hochul, you’re the real ‘data denier’ on surging crime “Master manipulators,” she said Sunday, “have this conspiracy going” to “convince people in Democratic states that they’re not as safe.” But “the safer places are the Democratic states.”
Fed up with a surge in shoplifting, a coalition of mostly Latino supermarket owners across the New York City area are raising $70,000 to back Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin in the last days before the election, The Post has learned. Latino supermarket owners back Lee Zeldin with $70K fundraiser as crime surges
Why NYC Democrats are supporting Republican Lee Zeldin for governor. “We no longer identify with the Democrats. They are out of touch with the middle class and the people in the community. They all have agendas, thinking that it’s all about just being like, liberal. They think everybody’s liberal like that, but we aren’t. Our values align much more now with what conservatives want.”
Mark Penn was a pollster and adviser to President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton from 1995 to 2008. He is chairman of the Harris Poll and C.E.O. of Stagwell Inc. and has this column in the New York Times: Why a Pro-Trump Conservative Might Win the New York Governor’s Race.
Andrew Stein, a former Democratic New York City Council president, has this Op-Ed in today’s NY Post: Electing Zeldin is the only way to fix New York’s nursing homes
The Democrats may be splintered, but certainly not ready to throw in the towel as evidenced by this: Lee Zeldin surge in New York governor race prompts Democrats to create Hochul super PAC. The Democratic Party has already given Hochul $69,700 and the State Democratic committee another $219,800. At this time, it is unknown how much the DGA (Democratic Governors Association) will contribute to the super PAC. What we do know, is we must keep up the momentum!
Virginia Governor, Glenn Youngkin, who won a major upset in last year’s Virginia gubernatorial race, and former Governor George Pataki, held a GOTV rally in Westchester County yesterday at 1:00 PM. You can watch it here.
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Jeff Minick has some great ideas in this column: How to Connect Teens With Good Books