Langworthy's plan for a GOP comeback in New York
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The Grand Old Party here in New York is coming off a rough 2018 that saw them lose control of the state senate, as well as a number of important congressional seats. This, of course, is on top of the fact that a Republican hasn't won a statewide race since 2002.

Earlier this summer there was a change in leadership as longtime chairman Ed Cox was officially replaced by Nick Langworthy.  Our Karen DeWitt sat down with the Western New Yorker this week to discuss the party's plan heading into an important 2020 election year.

Watch us this weekend on your localPBS station.