Peter King

King Endorses Garbarino To Replace Him

Feb 11, 2020
Office of Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino

U.S. Representative Peter King of New York has endorsed Republican State Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino to run for his congressional seat. King announced last fall that he wouldn’t seek a 15th term. King has represented New York's 2nd Congressional District for 28 years.

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Long Island Republicans have endorsed State Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino in the race to replace U.S. Representative Peter King in New York’s 2nd Congressional District.  

Garbarino has served in the State Assembly for eight years.

He would run to replace Peter King in a swing district that voted for President Trump in 2016. King is stepping down after serving more than three decades in Congress. 

It’s unclear if Garbarino will face a contested primary.

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