Son-in-Law Stroke

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

As many of you know or have heard, our son-in-law David has suffered a stroke. We have received so many letters and emails asking for an update on his health. . . Thank you! Your prayers and words of encouragement mean so much to our family. While we have seen many miraculous improvements over the past few days, David has a long and difficult path to recovery ahead. As I return to the campaign trail, we just want to thank everyone for your incredible support and ask that you please keep David and Allie in your prayers.

Here is an interview update on a number of issues and on David's health.

People Over Politics.

  • The current Republican field cries out for a shakeup . . . Do not underestimate [Pataki] . . . He's a stone-cold political killer.
    Huffington Post
  • Don't underestimate the impact of his big brain on the debate stage.
    Mark Halperin
    Bloomberg News
  • Of all the potential candidates, Mr. Pataki has made the most trips to New Hampshire, something that has drawn attention . . .
    Thomas Rath
    former New Hampshire National Republican Committeeman
  • Anyone who says that the 2016 stage has been set has not met George Pataki.
    Ken Salazar
    Former United States Secretary of the Interior
  • George Pataki would make a more formidable Republican candidate than many seem to appreciate.
    Bernie Quigley
    New York Observer
  • Here's a guy who was mayor of Peekskill and figured out how to become Governor of New York. So I wouldn't underestimate him ...
    John McLaughlin
    Gannet Syndicate