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GOP Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.), who voted to impeach former President Trump in 2020, announced on Friday that he will not seek reelection in the upcoming midterms.

“After 32 years of public service, I have decided not to seek re-election to Congress, so that I can enjoy my family and life in a fuller and more present way,” Katko said in a statement.

The article goes on to state the following:

“My conscience, principles, and commitment to do what’s right have guided every decision I’ve made as a member of Congress, and they guide my decision today,” he continued. “It is how I’ve been able to unite people to solve problems, and how I was rewarded with resounding victories in every single campaign for Congress.”

Katko was on of 10 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump after the January 6, 2020 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Katko was also one of thirteen Republicans to vote in favor of Joe Biden‘s infrastructure package, the report notes.

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  1. Goodbye RINO Goodbye!! Now NY needs a real Republican who is willing to KAG and MAGA! The task will be hard. NY and CA are almost lost. But HOPE is eternal!

  2. Another Rhino bites the dust but will still enjoy his healthcare and pay benefits for the rest of his life and probably his families. Just like so many other politicians both democrat and republican calling an end to their corruption but will keep getting a pay check and also jeep their cushy healthcare policies. Anyone ever do the math as to what these politicians cost the American taxpayers annually. They retire and we have to keep paying them as well as they replacements and everyone that came before them. Now tell me that’s not some serious BS

  3. So glad he’s leaving. He’s no conservative, and he’s not represented his constituents as he should have. Buh-bye, rino. We will not miss you at all.

  4. He knows he’s going to lose , so he’s trying to save himself the embarrassment of losing !!! I love the old stand by …. spend more time with my family… if any of them cared about their families they would have retired YEARS AGO !!!!


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