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New York Post: Pataki Daughter Now a Novelist

The New York native is the first to admit that her father George Pataki’s gig as three-term governor of New York (1995-2006) awarded her some unique opportunities — from hobnobbing with President Bill Clinton to hanging with Britney Spears after a 2001 concert in Saratoga.

Growing up the governor’s girl: Pataki daughter now a novelist

Allison Pataki and her father in at the papal Mass in Central Park in 1995.

But it was always up to Pataki to make a name for herself.

“Being the governor’s daughter, you had to prove that you, as an individual, could stand on your own,” she explains.

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