Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Cuomo’s $1 Million Giveaway to Cadillac

Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Cuomo’s $1 Million Giveaway to Cadillac

June 12, 2018…
“Cuomo’s million dollar corporate welfare giveaway to Cadillac to renovate their luxury Manhattan office after receiving $31,500 in campaign contributions from their PAC is another brazen example of Cuomo’s corrupt pay-to-play that is costing New Yorkers dearly. Last year Cadillac exceeded its own sales projections and they didn’t need a public handout. Cuomo’s habit, which is the backdrop for indictments and now convictions of his closest associates, of giving state money to his largest contributors makes his Administration the most corrupt in more than a century. Cadillac should do the right thing and return the money of hardworking and overtaxed New Yorkers.”
Cuomo’s J-JOKE Whitewashes Sam Hoyt Allegations

Cuomo’s J-JOKE Whitewashes Sam Hoyt Allegations

CUOMO’S J-JOKE DOES SNOW JOB ON SAM HOYT ALLEGATIONS

“Ethics Committee” Head by Former Cuomo Staff Incapable of Independent Investigation


New York–June 11th… Once again JCOPE has exposed itself for being a subsidiary of Andrew Cuomo incapable of independently investigating wrongdoing and corruption inside the Governor’s office.
JCOPE’s latest failure to root out corruption was a snow job report clearing one of Cuomo’s top aides of abusing the power of his office while having an affair with a woman whom he helped get a state job. Sam Hoyt, who has a history of sexual misconduct was appointed by Cuomo to a top economic development position. Cuomo allowed Hoyt to resign quietly, praising his service when it later came out Hoyt was involved in an affair with a woman he paid hush money to and helped get a state job. Cuomo is also under fire for covering up other cases of sexual harassment and misconduct in his Department of Criminal Justice Services.

 

JCOPE has also failed to investigate clear violations of law by Cuomo’s top aide Joe Percoco based on evidence resulting from his corruption trial that he was continuing to work inside the Executive Chamber after he resigned. Multiple requests for investigation into the violations have been made with no response.

 

“JCOPE is bought and paid for by Andrew Cuomo, and we have seen multiple cases of them ignoring rampant corruption to protect the Governor and his allies,” said NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox. “This whitewashed report by the Governor’s former lawyer cannot be trusted. We need an independent investigatory body to look into serious allegations of corruption and abuse of power inside the Cuomo Administration.”
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Opening of American Embassy in Jerusalem

Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Opening of American Embassy in Jerusalem

May 14th, 2018, New York, NY–“Today is a proud day for American-Israeli relations and Jews around the globe. President Trump has once again not only delivered on a campaign promise in this case to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, but he accomplished it in record time. This move was long overdue and now properly recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Under President Trump’s leadership, we have firmly renewed our relationship with one of our oldest and best allies.”

Chairman Ed Cox on the Allegations of Physical Abuse by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

Chairman Ed Cox on the Allegations of Physical Abuse by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

New York, NY–May 7th… The allegations of years of physical and mental abuse of multiple women by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are deeply dark and disturbing.
These accounts from the brave women who stepped forward to tell their horrific experiences must be treated seriously, with the gravity they deserve. It’s clear Mr. Schneiderman has no place holding any public office, let alone as the state’s highest law enforcement officer. He must resign from office and be held accountable for his crimes. All of his Democratic running-mates on the statewide ticket must join in demanding his removal from office.
Senator Gillibrand Happily Spending Weekends in Swampy DC

Senator Gillibrand Happily Spending Weekends in Swampy DC

How Can She be in Touch With New Yorkers When She Spends All Her Time With Washington Elites?


New York, NY–May 1st…While Senator Gillibrand was “spotted” this weekend taking the new “it” spin class among Washington D.C. elites, U.S. Senate candidate Chele Farley was in New York traveling around the state talking to voters about the opioid epidemic.

While the senior U.S. Senator from New York Chuck Schumer spends a lot of time at home and traveling around the state, Gillibrand is rarely seen where her constituents actually live, begging the question: how can she possibly be in touch with New Yorkers when she spends all her time with Washington elites?

“It’s clear that Kirsten Gillibrand feels much more comfortable hobnobbing in the swamp of Washington D.C. than she does spending time in New York with her actual constituents,” said NYGOP spokeswoman Jessica Proud. “She’s more concerned with positioning herself for a presidential run than solving the problems faced by regular people. She’s an absentee and ineffective senator.”


 

Gillibrand at Washington D.C. “it” spin class

 

Chele Farley spending time with actual New Yorkers

Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order Granting Voting Rights to Paroled Felons

Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox on Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order Granting Voting Rights to Paroled Felons

“First Governor Cuomo lets cop-killer Herman Bell go free on parole, now he’s adding insult to injury with an outrageous power grab that gives paroled felons the right to vote. Cuomo’s actions are purely political, designed to appeal to radical primary voters and satisfy his presidential ambitions. Meanwhile, New Yorkers continue to suffer under his rampant corruption, highest taxes and worst economic outlook in the nation. His liberal lunacy is destroying our state.”

Statement from Chairman Cox on the Assembly Special Election Results

Statement from Chairman Cox on the Assembly Special Election Results

April 25, 2018–“Last week, Republicans had great victories in New York State Assembly races across the state. Congratulations to Doug Smith in Assembly District 5, John Mikulin in Assembly District 17, Chris Tague in Assembly District 102 and Jack Ashby in Assembly District 107. These candidates ran on their vision to turn New York State around, and they will join a stronger Assembly conference that has proven to be an incubator for the kind of fiscal policies that will fix New York State government, grow jobs and create a bright future for New York.”