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For the record

Posted 3/10/22

Andrew Giuliani is running for the Republican nomination for Governor short on money and organizational support—which could complicate his efforts to get enough petition signatures to make it onto the June 28 primary ballot—but long on name recognition and audacity.

That became clear when he began his March 1 speech at the GOP state convention in Garden City, L.I., by hailing “the party of Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Reagan, Pataki, Donald J. Trump, and certainly in my heart last but not least, the party of Rudy Giuliani.”

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