Who would you support in a 2018 NY Democratic gubernatorial primary if these were the choices?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Actress Cynthia Nixon
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner
Former State Sen. Terry Gipson
The 51-year-old Nixon has been critical of Cuomo’s education policies and said on ABC's "The View" that he is “is a little more like (Secretary of Education) Betsy DeVos than we like to think he is."
As previously reported by Daily Voice, former State Sen. Terry Gipson, a 54-year-old Rhinebeck resident, is considering mounting a primary challenge to Cuomo, a 59-year-old resident of New Castle.
"I don't see our governor being a strong leader," said Gipson, who represented Putnam and Dutchess for one term as state senator in the 41st district. "Our future is in danger."
Professor Zephyr Teachout picked up 34 percent of the vote in her primary bid against Cuomo in 2014 when Cuomo went on to defeat Republican challenger Rob Astorino, the Westchester County executive, in the general election.
Cuomo would be seeking a third four-year term in 2018.
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is also being mentioned as a possible primary challenger to Cuomo. The 47-year-old Miner, who will be term limited out of her job by year's end, has been an outspoken critic of Cuomo.
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