Poll: Budget gives Cuomo a big bump
April 13th, 2011
01:25 PM ET
3 years ago

Poll: Budget gives Cuomo a big bump

Washington (CNN) - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is having a good year so far. According to a Quinnipiac University poll, his job approval rating rose from 56 percent among registered voters in February to 64 percent in April.

And approving of how the first-term Democratic head of state is handling his duties as governor is something Democrats, Republicans, and independents can agree on. Almost six in 10 Republicans say they approve of how Cuomo is handling his job and 66 percent of both Democrats and independents say the same.
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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • Poll
Cuomo announces special election for New York's 26th
March 9th, 2011
03:13 PM ET
3 years ago

Cuomo announces special election for New York's 26th

(CNN) – New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that a special election for the state's 26th Congressional District will be held on May 24.

The seat was vacated when Republican Rep. Chris Lee abruptly resigned last month, after the website Gawker published an item reporting he corresponded with a woman who posted a Craigslist ad and Lee allegedly sent her a bare-chested photo of himself. Lee, who is married and has a son, was first elected to Congress in 2008. He won re-election last November.
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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • Chris Lee • New York
Poll: Bipartisan support for Cuomo
February 23rd, 2011
12:22 PM ET
3 years ago

Poll: Bipartisan support for Cuomo

Washington (CNN) – Here's something you don't see so much anymore: a politician elected statewide with basically the same approval rating among both Democrats and Republicans.

A new poll suggests you can add New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo to the list of those with bipartisan appeal.
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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo
N.Y. governor cuts his pay, could freeze state salaries
January 3rd, 2011
12:58 PM ET
3 years ago

N.Y. governor cuts his pay, could freeze state salaries

New York (CNNMoney) - Three days on the job and staring at a $9 billion budget gap, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he would cut his $179,000 salary by 5% amid reports he will freeze the pay of most state workers.

Cuomo said he is planning a 5% salary cut for senior state officials, including Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, as well as the governor's secretary, counsel, director of state operations, counselor and chief of staff.

Updated 1:49 p.m.

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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • CNNMoney.com
Three governors take the oath
January 1st, 2011
02:24 PM ET
3 years ago

Three governors take the oath

(CNN) - For New York, New Mexico and Michigan, the start of the new year means a new governor.

On Saturday, Democrat Andrew Cuomo became New York's 56th governor, Republican Susana Martinez became New Mexico's 27th governor and the nation's first female Hispanic governor and Republican Rick Snyder became Michigan's 48th governor. The three new state chiefs seized the reins amid difficult economic realities, something that remained a constant throughout the ceremonies.
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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • Michigan • New Mexico • New York • Susana Martinez
November 2nd, 2010
09:07 PM ET
3 years ago

In New York: CNN projects Democratic Gov. win

(CNN) – Democratic Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has defeated Republican Carl Paladino in the race for New York governor, CNN projects. Democratic Gov. David Paterson is retiring. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • New York • The Latest Calls
October 27th, 2010
11:11 AM ET
3 years ago

Poll: Democrats hold large leads in N.Y. statewide battles

(CNN) - Democrats hold leads of at least 20 points in New York State's gubernatorial contest and the two races for the U.S. Senate, according to a new poll.

Hours before he campaigns with former President Bill Clinton in New York City, a Quinnipiac University survey indicates that state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, the Democrats' gubernatorial nominee, holds a 55 to 35 percent advantage among likely voters over Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino, the Republican nominee, with seven percent undecided. Cuomo's 20 point lead is up slightly from an 18 point advantage earlier this month.
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Filed under: Andrew Cuomo • Carl Paladino
October 18th, 2010
10:20 PM ET
4 years ago

Political theater but no fireworks in NY gubernatorial debate

(CNN) - New York's gubernatorial debate lived up to its expectation that it would be political theater as Republican candidate Carl Paladino faced Democrat Andrew Cuomo for the first time in a debate in a race making headlines for its nasty tone.

But the two candidates delivered an unexpected headline: there were no fireworks between them.
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Filed under: 2010 • Andrew Cuomo • Carl Paladino • New York
October 18th, 2010
01:12 PM ET
4 years ago

Poll: Cuomo up by more than 2 to 1 in NY gov. race

(CNN) - Hours before the first and possibly the only debate in New York State's gubernatorial battle, a new poll indicates that state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has an extremely large lead.

According to a New York Times survey released late Sunday, 59 percent of likely voters in New York say they support Cuomo, the Democrat's gubernatorial nominee, with 24 percent backing Republican nominee Carl Paladino and just over one in ten undecided.

More than six in ten questioned say they approve of the job Cuomo's doing as attorney general, and by a 41 to 17 percent margin, New Yorkers have a favorable opinion of Cuomo.
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Filed under: 2010 • Andrew Cuomo
October 13th, 2010
08:15 AM ET
4 years ago

New York gubernatorial candidate apologizes over gay remark

(CNN) – New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino apologized for comments "that may have offended the gay and lesbian community" after his remarks to an Orthodox Jewish group drew fire earlier this week.

The Republican candidate said he doesn't want children "to be brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid or successful option [compared with heterosexuality]. ... it isn't."

Andrew Cuomo, the New York attorney general and Paladino's Democratic opponent, criticized the remarks Sunday, as did advocate groups for gays and lesbians.
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Filed under: 2010 • Andrew Cuomo • Carl Paladino • New York
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