Pataki says his broad appeal will win out over Trump, Carson and others

Oct 24, 2015

By Paul Briand
When the dust settles on the current voter attraction to Donald Trump and Ben Carson, former New York Gov. George Pataki said he’ll be the candidate best suited both as the GOP nominee and as president.

Pataki spoke Friday to a group of employees at One Liberty Lane in Hampton, saying his credentials as mayor of Peekskill, N.Y., as a member of both the New York Assembly and Senate, and as a three-term governor in a state dominated by Democrats make him qualified “to change the direction and nature of Washington dramatically.”

Pataki swings through New Hampshire

Apr 03, 2015

Republican George Pataki, who served three terms as governor for New York State, has announced the establishment of an office in Manchester for his political action committee. Pataki is considering a run for the White House in 2016.

On Thursday, Pataki visited the North Country to greet residents.

During his speech, he criticized fellow Republicans, including possible presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Scott Walker, who have come out in support of Indiana's recent and controversial religious freedom law.

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