George Santos is honored to have the endorsement of former Republican Governor George E. Pataki in his bid for Congress in New York’s 3rd Congressional District.
“I am honored and thankful to have the endorsement of such a strong leader, Former Governor George Pataki.” Santos said. “Governor Pataki is a strong symbol of New York’s strength in times of difficulty. Pataki’s long dedication to public service bolstered the American dream and empowered the people of New York after the 9/11 attacks. Under his watch, New Yorkers saw this state become a powerhouse in high-technology research, job creation, and economic growth. I look forward to going to Washington and continuing the legacy he has created as I fight to preserve the American dream for all Americans.”
“George Santos is, without a doubt, the best candidate to represent New York’s Third Congressional District in Washington DC. We need to send leaders to Washington that will reduce inflation, restore our economy, and fight to keep our neighborhoods safe. George Santos is a hard worker that will take his work ethic to Washington and work tirelessly to represent his constituents. I fully support George and look forward to seeing all the great things he will do for New York’s Third District,” Pataki concluded.
Former Governor Pataki’s endorsement comes on the heels of endorsements from leaders such as Congressman Lee Zeldin, Congressman Ronny Jackson, Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, the National Republican Congressional Committee, the Republican Party of Nassau County, Ambassador Ric Grenell, and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. The New York Post and several major Law Enforcement organizations across the district and New York State endorse Santos including the NYC DA Investigators PBA, NYC Retired Transit Police Association, NYPD Captains Endowment Association, NYPD Detectives Endowment Association, NYPD Lieutenant Endowment Association, NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association, the Nassau County PBA, Nassau County Detectives’ Association, Nassau County Superior Officers Association, and the Nassau County Correctional Officers Association .