"I want to have a very active day one," said NY Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin. "People want to
save the state. They want to save New York City. And they're tired of having to wake up every morning and read all of the headlines of a rising crime in their own neighborhood, places where they used to feel safe and walk -- walk the streets comfortably. And now they're calling an Uber just to go a couple blocks," he said.