A threatening and anti-Semitic graffiti was scribbled on a long island lawn sign in support of Republican governor candidate Lee Zeldin. A few days before the primary elections for his party.
A message of hatred, including swastika and number 187, was found on a sign in the garden of Huntington, Suffolk County, home to lawmakers, his campaign said in a statement. According to the
campaign, the number 187 is California's murder criminal law and is "widely adopted as a general threat of murder."
Katie Vincentz, Zeldin's representative, said:
"Member Zeldin is grateful to the Suffolk County Police for working to identify the perpetrators."
Giuliani was Rob Astorino in the Republican primary on Tuesday. , Andrew Giuliani, and Harry Wilson. He was crossing northern New York on Sunday prior to the main vote.
A 42-year-old fourth-term member of parliament — , approved by the post on June 16, — has always led polls against opponents.
Real Clear Politics' voting average for the last two weeks showed Giuliani in 20% of the closest challenger, Giuliani, compared to 32.5% in the primary.
The winner will face the winner in the Democratic primary on Tuesday. Probably the incumbent Governor Kathy Hochul.
Other Republican governor candidates also raided the state on the last Sunday before Primary.
In a video posted on Giuliani's Twitter page, he spoke to an older Bronx veteran and met the New York Mets mascot "Mr. Queens Bayside."
"Mets, I'm glad I met you," Giuliani said. Said. With a clip.
However, Giuliani's embarrassment was hurt by a horrifying incident involving his famous father, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was slapped by a slapstick worker at Shop Rite on Staten Island.
"You're a sneaky person in f-king," a 24-hour employee grunted at Rudy (78), who was willing to hand over his son at the time, and said in a post, "Awesome pain." I felt. " ''after that.
The worker was detained by a police officer.
Meanwhile, Wilson, a former Obama administration official, campaigned in Rockland County and appeared on the radio show "Cat Roundtable with John Cathymatidis."
"The most important issues for New Yorkers are crime and living expenses. "He told Catsimatidis.
Former Westchester County executive Astorino spent the day in Queens and Long Island, he said in a video posted on Twitter.
"Everyone, come down here," Astorino said in the video.
"I'm running to beat Kathy Hochul. I'll save this state."
Additional report by Zack Williams