New York attorney general candidate, Republican John Cahill, has enlisted former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to help in the final push before Election Day.
“America’s Mayor” has recorded a robocall for the AG hopeful telling voters, “I’ve known John in tough times and good times. He’s a man who can handle any crisis.”
Cahill is challenging incumbent attorney general, Democrat Eric Schneiderman.
Hinting to Schneiderman’s involvement in the controversial break-up of the Moreland Commission – which was established to root-out corruption in government – Giuliani says, “John has what it takes to tackle the crime and corruption in our state.”
The Cahill campaign tells me the calls are targeting voters statewide who are registered as Republican, Conservative or Independent.