Andrew Cuomo Re-Elected To Third Term

Albany, N.Y. - Andrew Cuomo is getting four more years as governor of New York. 

The Democratic incumbent had a large advantage over his challenger Republican Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro.  Cuomo spent much of the campaign trail criticizing President Trump in an effort to drive New Yorkers to the polls.  

This will be Cuomo's third term as governor.  His father, Mario Cuomo, also served three terms as the leader of New York.



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