(CNN) – A majority of New Yorkers say they would like to see Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016, according to a new poll.
And while a Siena College Research Institute survey indicates that most New Yorkers think that Andrew Cuomo, their governor, is doing a good job in office and are prepared to re-elect him in 2014, a plurality don't want him to run for the White House in 2016.
Washington (CNN) - Monday's meetings in Washington left Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York "optimistic" that lawmakers, currently sharply divided over a deal to avert massive spending cuts and tax hikes, will come together to approve billions to aid the recovery from Sandy, the superstorm which hit over a month ago.
Standing with members of his delegation after meeting with leaders on Capitol Hill and at the White House, Cuomo said House Speaker John Boehner "wants to be supportive" and said their discussion did not delve into some details, such as whether Republicans would require an emergency appropriations measure to include spending offsets from other pockets in the budget.
(CNN) - A little more than a month after Superstorm Sandy wrought major destruction in the Empire State, New York voters are giving high marks to some of their elected leaders for the way they handled the storm's aftermath.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, President Barack Obama and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg all received favorable ratings in a new Siena College Poll released Monday.
(CNN) - Call it a new high for New York's governor.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll, 71% of registered voters in New York say they approve of the job the first term Democratic governor is doing in office, with just 16% saying they disapprove. The 71% approval rating is Cuomo's highest in Quinnipiac polling since he was elected in 2010, and the highest since then-Gov. George Pataki hit 81% in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.
(CNN) – A year into his first term leading New York, Andrew Cuomo continues to boast high approval ratings from voters in both parties, according to a new poll.
Gov. Cuomo's approval rating stands at 73%, with 20% disapproval, according to the survey, released Monday by Sienna College.
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(CNN) - The date is set.
A special election to fill former Rep. Anthony Weiner's seat will be held on Sept.13, according to a statement released Friday by Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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.
(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.
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.
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.
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