Ex-New York Gov. George Pataki is set to travel to Ukraine to aid people displaced by the months-long war, in his first time in the country after making similar trips to the region, officials announced Thursday. During a press conference at the famous Ukrainian diner Veselka, it was revealed that the 76-year-old Republican will fly to the war-torn country to provide housing assistance to its struggling residents, many of whom have been forced to leave their homes as a result of the late February Russian invasion. “We have a group going over tonight and I am going to be going over in...
New York's last GOP governor thinks 2022 could be the year his party reclaims control of the state's executive mansion, particularly if former Gov. Andrew Cuomo declares his candidacy.
New York State (WRGB) — Former Gov. George Pataki (R- NY) sat down for a live interview during CBS 6 News at 5pm Wednesday to talk about the resignation of Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin (D-NY) and more. George Pataki was a three-term governor of the State of New York...
Former New York Republican Governor George Pataki will lead a delegation to Ukraine to provide humanitarian aid to 200,000 refugees fleeing the war-torn country following Russia’s invasion.
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Former three-term New York Gov. George Pataki is leading a delegation to provide humanitarian relief to 200,000 Ukrainian refugees who’ve fled to neighboring Hungary following Russia’s invasion of their homeland. “We have money, food, clothing and medical supplies we can deliver,” Pataki, whose paternal grandparents were from Hungary,...
Former Republican Gov. George Pataki has been the subject of rumors in recent weeks about whether he would make a last-minute entrance into the GOP primary for governor. A recent poll even suggested the 76-year-old could be competitive against Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul this fall. So who better to be the 2022 Republican nominee for governor than Pataki – the last Republican to win a statewide election?
Is it possible that the 53rd Governor of New York State and former presidential candidate George Pataki is once again considering a run for New York's top spot? If supporters have their way, that's exactly what he'll be doing. A newly released website, www.BringBackPataki.com is now on the web stating...
We congratulate our long-time colleague and friend Gov. George Pataki on his well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award from the New York Law Journal. As former governor of New York and a lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright, Governor Pataki has made a significant impact through his leadership, governmental service, legal practice and civic involvement. Beyond these many accomplishments, we would be remiss if we did not acknowledge his many contributions to our firm, and particularly the personal relationships he has built over the years. It is our privilege to practice law alongside the Governor, and we are proud he is one of us.
As soon as the second plane hit the World Trade Center two decades ago on 9/11, then-Gov. George Pataki says he knew the country was under attack. In the days that followed, Pataki led the state’s recovery from the attacks — all through an overwhelming sense of loss, and fear of what could come next. Pataki sat down with New York NOW’s Dan Clark to share his story of 9/11, and the lasting impact of the attacks.
George Pataki was the governor of New York on September 11, 2001, when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and changed our lives forever.
TROY, NY (New York NOW)—As soon as the second plane hit the World Trade Center two decades ago on 9/11, then-Gov. George Pataki says he knew the country was under attack. In the days that followed, Pataki led the state’s recovery from the attacks — all through an overwhelming sense of loss, and fear of what could come next. Pataki sat down with New York NOW’s Dan Clark to share his story of 9/11, and the lasting impact of the attacks.