Marc Molinaro calls for unity in concession speech
POUGHKEEPSIE – Despite coming up short in the midterm race for governor, Republican Marc Molinaro called on New York to join together for the betterment of all its people during his concession speech.
“I can’t thank you, I can’t thank you enough, thank you, thank you, thank you,” Molinaro said.
“It has been my honor these last several months to stand up and fight for ordinary New Yorkers regardless of background who just want a state they can afford to call home and a government they can believe in.”
In his speech, Molinari putting politics aside saying it is time for a unified New York State.
“To unite and find commonality and if I can be a part of that, I will,” Molinaro said.
Molinaro’s running mate Julie Kilian took one last shot at her Democrat opponents.
“If you want high taxes and corruption, don’t vote for us because we would like to change those things, sadly I guess they did vote for that, Kilian said.
Despite the loss, Molinaro said his political career is not over,
“I’ll also be a part of holding New York accountable to its people and to the promise and the potential that it has for all those who live here,” Molinaro said.
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