Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and a former Trump administration official, received an endorsement from the Whitestone Republican Club in his bid to become the 57th governor of New York on Thursday, June 9.
Giuliani was joined by his father, Guardian Angels leader Curtis Sliwa, and Councilwoman Vickie Paladino, who made the announcement during the meeting.
Giuliani has forged a relationship with club members over the past year by attending events and campaigning with Paladino.
“I feel at home at the Whitestone Republican Club because we’re all working to save New York,” Giuliani said. “I’m honored to have their support as I work to make Queens, and the rest of New York, safe again.”