Accomplishments  as  Governor  of  New  York

Guiding Principles

Cut Taxes, Restrained State Spending And Debt, And Improved Credit Rating
Created Jobs, Improved Economic Climate And Reduced The Size of Government
Enacted Major Policy Initiatives Including; Medicaid Reform, Welfare Reform And Criminal Justice Reform
Built Up State’s Fiscal Reserves

Tax Cut Legacy: Over $140 Billion in Savings

19 Different Taxes Cut 90 Times Under Governor Pataki

Kept Annual Growth In Total State Debt Below National Average

Established Economic Environment That Enabled Significant Private Sector Job Growth

Governor George Pataki rebuilt the New York State Economy, not once, but twice.

Reduced the Size and Scope of State Government

Over 15% Reduction in State Government Workforce
Reformed or Eliminated Thousands of Rules & Regulations
Issued more than 3,000 Vetoes

Reduced Welfare Rolls By More Than 1 Million

Historic Decrease in Crime

Over $4 Billion in State Reserves – Including $1 Billion (Legal Limit) in Rainy Day Fund

latest News

George Pataki to join potential GOP presidential candidates at events

March 04, 2015 | New York Post

WASHINGTON -Former Gov. George Pataki is about to join a throng of potential Republican presidential candidates appearing at high-profile speaking events in South Carolina and Iowa - and he'll be emphasizing his down-on-the-farm roots.

Commitment 2016 Conversation with the Candidate: George Pataki

February 27, 2015 | WMUR

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Potential Republican presidential candidate George Pataki joined WMUR Political Director Josh McElveen and an audience of New Hampshire voters for the first installment of the Conversation with the Candidate series.

Pataki to attend NHGOP #FITN summit in April

February 25, 2015 | NH Journal

Former New York Gov. George Pataki today became the potential likely presidential candidate to confirm his attendance at the New Hampshire Republican Party's "First-in-the-Nation Republican Leadership Summit" on April 17 and 18, the New Hampshire Journal has learned.

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