The charges made against Farley by Savage, he thought were "distortions" that didn't seem to resonate with voters. He said was anxious to take back the state Senate and to try to put the state back on "sound fiscal footing."
Farley thought the senate majority is going to work with the new governor to resolve fiscal concerns in the state. The one party rule wasn't effective according to him.
"One party rule does not work and that's why the people of this state are putting the Republicans back," said Farley.
On Wednesday, Savage released a statement saying she hopes those elected work to end the "dysfunction" in state government.
"Now that this campaign is over, those in Albany have an obligation to end the decades of dysfunction and finger-pointing, and focus on what really matters to families in the 44th District, which is job creation and rebuilding the Upstate economy," said Savage.""