Hochul & Zeldin to Face Off in November for Governor


New York Governor Kathy Hochul won Tuesday’s democratic primary, her first contest in seeking a full term as governor. She’ll face Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin in the November election.

Hochul took a strong lead early on and ended with well over 67% of the Democratic vote. Jumaane Williams trailed Hochul with just 19% of the vote.

“To the women of New York, this one’s for you,” Hochul said to her large crowd of supporters.

Hochul ran with a multi million dollar campaign fund and name recognition after taking over as Governor just 9 months ago.

Republican Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin won a close race, in a four primary, beating out Rob Astorino, Harry Wilson and Andrew Giuliani.

Zeldin walked away with 44% of the Republican vote, Giuliani trailed Zeldin with only 22% of the vote.

Zeldin says New York is at a “breaking point” and high costs and taxes have led to rising outmigration. He blamed Hochul for high crime rates, saying she sold out to the liberals on issues like the bail reform laws that ended many forms of cash bail, and he promised to end all COVID-19 pandemic related mandates.

Nassau Executive Bruce Blakeman congratulated Zeldin after endorsing him throughout his campaign: Congratulations to Lee Zeldin on securing the Republican nomination for Governor last evening. A Congressman and Combat-War veteran, Lee Zeldin has protected our nation. As our next Governor, Lee Zeldin will fight crime, cut taxes and protect parents rights against the woke social Democrats.

There are twice as many registered Democrats as Republicans in New York, and Hochul is favored to win the general election in November. If Zeldin were to pull off the win, he’d be the first Republican elected governor of NY since 2002, when former gov. George Pataki was reelected.


  1. why do askanim vote for hochul but complain when they interfere with our schools, bail reform, no vouchers for school, hurting quality of life in general especially flying in illegals in the middle of the night. why do schools and non profit organizations vote her and yet ask me for donations. please someone explain why you vote for her. claiming well she will win anyways is not an answer you are not in control you are expected to vote for the best person whoch is not her.

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