Santos receives the endorsement of New York City Democrat in bid for Congress in New York’s Third Congressional District
Democratic City Councilman in New York City, Robert Holden, has endorsed George Santos in his race for Congress in New York’s Third Congressional District.
“I am proud to endorse George Santos for Congress because of his unwavering commitment to restore law and order to our communities,” Holden said. “Kathy Hochul dropped the ball when she signed pro-criminal policies into law. George’s campaign is centered around the issues that are impacting New York’s Third District such as rising crime and record inflation. I know that he is the right man for the job and I look forward to partnering with him when he is in Congress to help make New York a safer and more affordable place for everyone.”
“I am so honored to have the endorsement of Councilman Holden.” Santos said. “People on both sides of the aisle are worried about the crime wave and rising inflation. It is time to come together and stop playing politics with the economy and public safety. In Congress, I will deliver common sense solutions to the people in this district and across the nation.”
George has garnered support from both sides of the aisle in his bipartisan campaign to return common sense to Washington and deliver results for New York’s Third Congressional District. George will work with whatever party necessary to get the job done and make the district a safer, more affordable place for everyone.
Councilman Robert Holden’s endorsement comes on the heels of endorsements from leaders such as Former New York Governor Pataki, 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 have endorsed 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.