Syracuse, N.Y. - Congressman John Katko was the first of a baker's dozen of Republican House Members to vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill over the weekend. Conservatives, who reacted in a big way over the weekend, now have someone else to support.
Tim Ko, a physician assistant in neurosurgery at Crouse Hospital, is planning to launch a primary campaign against Katko tomorrow.
The 56-year-old Republican from DeWitt says he plans to appeal directly to Trump-supporting Republicans who have lost faith in the four-term Congressman.
This will be the first Primary Katko has faced since being elected to the House.