DeSantis stumps for Zeldin, painting Florida as New York’s future

ALBANY, N.Y. — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Saturday night that his state can be a model of what New York could be if Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin is elected governor. DeSantis, widely considered a 2024 presidential contender, hyped up a rally on Zeldin’s native Long Island where the state’s top Republicans urged the crowd to take advantage of early voting that started Saturday and as a grinning Andrew Giuliani could be seen tossing T-shirts and footballs into the crowd in between speakers. Electing a Republican New York governor on Nov. 8 — which hasn’t been done since 2002 —

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