New York Republican who flipped Democrat House seat vows to keep heat on Hochul over crime despite Zeldin loss
Rep.-elect Anthony D'Esposito vowed to keep pressure on New York Gov. Kathy Hochul regarding crime as the GOP picked up three seats in the Empire State despite Lee Zeldin' narrow loss.foxnews.com
After lackluster midterms for GOP, supporters urge Lee Zeldin to run for Republican National Committee chair
Supporters are calling Rep. Lee Zeldin, who came close last week to ousting Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York, urging him to make a bid for Republican National Committee chairfoxnews.com
New York emerges as exception to strong election for Dems
While Democrats were celebrating a stronger-than-expected midterm performance across much of the U.S. this week, New York was emerging as a notable exception where losses and lackluster results prompted a round of soul-searching and finger-pointing inside the party.
Kathy Hochul says she wants GOP to stay in New York after telling leading Republicans to 'get out of town'
During an interview with "The Breakfast Club," Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul changed her tune about Republicans being in the Empire State after telling their leaders to "get out."foxnews.com
Gov. Kathy Hochul idle on 420 bills ahead of midterm election as race with Rep. Lee Zeldin tightens: report
Gov. Kathy Hochul is sitting on over 400 bills that have cleared the state's legislative Assembly to avoid frustrating voters ahead of a crucial race with Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin.foxnews.com
WHAT TO WATCH: Pence, Conway and protest pushback at RNC
Pence, whose future political aspirations could hinge on November, has campaigned aggressively for the president. Pence has helped steer the White House response to the coronavirus, leading a task force and frequently working with the nations governors. The GOP convention has mentioned the virus far less than Democrats did last week, but Pence could throw it back into focus if he speaks about the work hes led. Conway, whose husband has become an outspoken Trump critic, says she is stepping away to spend more time with her family. Clarence Henderson, a civil rights activist from the 1960s, is expected to speak on the true meaning of peaceful protest."