Another Republican member of Congress has endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Chele Farley.

Rep. Chris Collins, R-NY-27, announced his support Thursday. Collins is from Western New York and was the first sitting member of the U.S. House to support Donald Trump for president in 2016.

Not unlike Trump, he said Farley is an outsider with the skills and experience to “shake up the status quo in Washington.” The New York City-based financial executive is running against incumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand.

“Kirsten Gillibrand has been absent in the fight for Western New York: on job creation, opioids, infrastructure and property tax relief,” Collins said. “Senator Gillibrand has failed our families and our small businesses. I know we can do better, that’s why I’m strongly endorsing Chele Farley for US Senate and encouraging others to support her campaign today.”

Collins is the last member of New York’s Republican congressional delegation to endorse Farley. The delegation also includes Peter King, Elise Stefanik, John Faso, Claudia Tenney, John Katko, Dan Donovan and Tom Reed.

Former Governor George Pataki has also put his support behind the candidate. Farley said she is grateful for Collins support and continued advocacy for his region.

“Western New Yorkers are fed up with Kirsten Gillibrand,” she said. “We are losing people and businesses to other states. We have a balance-of-payments deficit of $48 billion per year — money that we need to repair bridges and highways here at home.”

Farley had scheduled visits to both Rochester and Buffalo on Thursday.