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Specific: House Republican Conference Speaker Alice Stefnik is hosting a rally Thursday night for New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Rep. Lee Zeldin and other top Republican candidates in the Empire State to “save” the state, predicting that the GOP will “save” the state. At the beginning of the bar is “Blue to turn red states to win the generation and win big on election day.”

Stephanic, RN.Y., is hosting the “Save Our State Rally” at 6 p.m. in Castleton-on-Hudson, New York, in support of Zeldin, the Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor Alison Esposito; candidate for state attorney general, Paul Rodriguez; controlling candidate Jose Pimion; US Senate candidate Liz Joy; Candidate for New York’s 20th Congressional District, Mark Molinaro and more.

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“We are witnessing the Blue Wall in traditionally blue states falling to the ashes of political history across the country,” Stefnick told Fox News Digital in an exclusive interview. “Republicans are set to turn blue states into red once a generation and win big on Election Day.”

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Stefnik told Fox News Digital that she tells her constituents that she has “experienced the double whammy of the very left-wing radical policies of the single-party Democrat regimes in both Washington and Albany,” noting that people are “affected by inflation.” Victims, because this is at a historic high, and crime continues to rise in these blue states.”

Rep. Alice Stefnik talks to members of the press.

“This is an opportunity to save our state,” Stefnik told Fox News Digital.

Stefnik said Thursday’s rally “will be the largest rally in New York over the midterm election cycle,” with more than 1,000 people expected to attend.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has led the race throughout the race, but Zeldin has closed the gap that Democrats are engaged in, and Americans are looking at an increasingly competitive race—especially when Zeldin is an independent in the state. makes profit with.

“Many people feel that today’s left-wing radical Democrats have left them – these are families or individuals who probably registered as Democrats 20, 30 years ago and see those policies in New York repeatedly- The bars have failed,” Stefnick said. , “And we can’t walk down this path toward radical policies.”

New York has gone blue in every presidential election since 1988. Since 1992, no Republican candidate has received more than 41% of the vote in the state. The last Republican to win the governorship was George Pataky, who won terms in 1994, 1998 and 2002.

New York Governor Cathy Hochul, left, speaks and is joined by New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

Pointing to the top issues for voters in this cycle, Stefnick said crime is on the rise in New York, adding that voters are “seeing the consequences of failed bail reform, police policies and rhetoric.”

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“People don’t feel safe, don’t feel safe in their homes, raising kids, or starting small businesses,” she said, pointing to Zeldin’s support among law enforcement and businesses in the state. .

“Zeldin, on the first day, will call a crime emergency and fire Alvin Bragg and other district attorneys who are not prosecuting the perpetrators,” Stefnick explained. “Governors have the authority to do so according to the Constitution of the State of New York and for Lee Zeldin, this is a major campaign promise.”

Stefnik said that Zeldin has also vowed to “end bail reform and ensure that the New York State Senate and Assembly go into session immediately to get rid of that horrible law.”

“He strongly supports law enforcement, whether it’s the NYPD, whether it’s the country’s sheriffs across the state,” she said.

The Empire State Building stands above other largely vacant office buildings on March 4, 2021 in New York City.

As for the economy, Stefnik said Zeldin “will put an end to the pain of reckless spending,”

“The budget of the state of New York is greater than the budgets of Texas and Florida combined, and those two states, individually, have a higher population than the state of New York, therefore, think of the financial irresponsibility that we face in New York State. Let’s keep watching,” she said. “Lee Zeldin is going to get it under control.”

He added that Zeldin would “stop the heap of corruption that has existed for a generation” in New York.

As for Hochul, Stefnik slammed him as a “weak candidate”.

“Kathy Hochul has really struggled to unify the Democrat Party,” she explained.

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Hochul, who was lieutenant governor of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, took office last year amid sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo.

Stefnick said, “That’s Cuomo 2.0, except worse, and that’s a very high bar to cross because nobody thought we could have a worse governor than Cuomo, and Kathy Hochul achieved it.” has done.” “Kathy Hochul will surely reap what she has sown.”

Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at a news conference at Yankee Stadium in New York on July 26, 2021.

Stefnik said the election is “a referendum on that and it is a referendum on Joe Biden—indeed, it is a referendum on single-party Democrat rule across the country.”

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For Thursday night’s rally, days before election day, Stefnick said he and Republicans would campaign to make sure New York “grows up” for Zeldin.

Incumbent Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, left, and Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin.

“Lee is doing a great job of making sure he wins by the margin he needs downstate, but it is really above New York which would have to be huge to make up for it,” she said. “In my district, we’ve always had the most Congressional turnout in the last few cycles of any Congress district in the state, and we’re going to work hard to do that again.”

Stefnik said he and Republicans “worked to develop a strong grassroots team.”

“This rally is going to be part of the concluding, final get-out-the-vote effort, not just in New York, but across the state,” she said. “And I think we’re ready to have the biggest election night surprise of this cycle with Lee Zeldin winning.”