Rep. Lee Zeldin and Gov. Kathy Hochul met Tuesday at Pace University in Manhattan for their first and only scheduled debate in the race for governor.

The pair clashed on their policy prescriptions to address New Yorkers’ concerns about crime, the economy, abortion, economic development, and democracy.

Here's what they had to say:

Gun control, bail reform and public safety


Abortion access

Donald Trump and the 2020 election

The migrant crisis

The Buffalo Bills

COVID-19 vaccine mandates

Economic development