New York's Republican Congressional delegation will take the lead on Donald Trump's 2020 campaign effort in the state.

The campaign announced its New York team Wednesday. Congress members Peter King, Elise Stefanik, Tom Reed, and Lee Zeldin have all been named honorary co-chairs.

Rep. John Katko, who represents what is considered to be a more moderate district, is the only member of the delegation not on the leadership team. The other two co-chairs are New York City Councilman Joe Borelli and Dutchess County Sheriff Butch Anderson.

"Our New York Victory Leadership Team will work to elect Republicans across the state," Republican National Committee Chairwoman Romna McDaniel and Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale said in a joint statement. "President Trump has delivered a soaring economy, rebalanced trade relations, lowered healthcare costs, and fought to secure our border. His successes can be felt nationwide and electing Republicans across New York will help to ensure he can achieve more victories for the American people for many years to come."

The president lost what was his home state in 2016 to Democrat Hillary Clinton. However, Trump did carry the majority of upstate, including winning Stefanik's 21st Congressional District.

“I’m honored to have been chosen as a New York State Chair for the Trump campaign in 2020,” the congresswoman said. “President Trump’s agenda of creating jobs, strengthening our military, securing our borders, negotiating better trade deals, and lowering crime rates has historic support in the 21st Congressional District and across Upstate New York. I’m looking forward to working with his campaign to deliver another decisive victory in my district. President Trump’s record of results will win handily over far-Left radical resistance in November.”

Last year, Trump, a life-long New Yorker, changed his permanent residence to Florida.