As a former New Yorker I can’t wait!
When Rudy Giuliani was mayor of New York City, things were going great, and many people consider the 90s to be the golden era of New York City.
If Andrew Giuliani is anything like his father then he will do for the whole state what his father did for the city.
Sources indicate that Andrew Giuliani has announced his bid for state Governor in 2022, and this is welcome news to all who dislike Cuomo.
Cuomo who brought the nursing home disaster, tyranical lockdowns, a mass exodus from New York, and of course scandal after scandal involving sexual harassment.
Let’s hope Andrew Giuliani can bring The Empire State back to its former glory……
Take a look:
NBC News reported on Giuliani's campaign bid:
Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, announced Tuesday that he’s officially running for governor of the state in 2022.
The 35-year-old, who has never served in elected office and has limited political experience, launched a campaign website Tuesday with little information other than his biography.
“For New Yorkers, Andrew helped to preserve thousands of MTA jobs by facilitating CARES Act funding,” Giuliani's website says, referring to his time working as an aide under former President Donald Trump. “He also worked with the Treasury Department and Health and Human Services to ensure that the $3.9 million that had been inadvertently taken out of the 9/11 First Responders Fund over thirteen years and three administrations was completely refunded.”
Giuliani had been hinting at a bid for weeks, telling The Washington Examiner last month that he thinks he has a chance of winning.
NTD News had more:
“I think there’s an opportunity in 2022 with a wounded Democratic candidate, whether it’s going to be Gov. [Andrew] Cuomo, whether it’s going to be a radical [Attorney General] Letitia James, whether it’s going to be a no-name lieutenant governor, I think there’s a very, very real chance to win,” he said.
Giuliani, who has never been elected to public office, will be running against several other Republicans who have already declared their candidacies, including Rep. Lee Zeldin, who currently represents the state’s 1st Congressional District and has already been backed by several Republican officials.
Giuliani’s announcement for candidacy comes amid a series of escalating controversies for Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat now in his third term and expected to run for a fourth who has recently been met with multiple allegations of sexual harassment against him, as well as his handling of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, particularly regarding nursing home deaths.