New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is eyeing another term at the helm of the Empire State, which would make him one of the state’s longest termed governors.
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During an interview on WAMC radio, Cuomo announced that he plans to run for a fourth term in 2022 after previously ruling out a presidential run in 2020.
"I have been in the federal government. I was a cabinet secretary. I was in Washington for eight years," he said. “I believe I'm making a difference in the state of New York. I believe that in my heart.
“I think I'm doing good things. I believe I know how to do this. I would like to do it for as long as the people of the state of New York believe I am a positive.”
If Cuomo, who was elected to his first term in 2010, is to be re-elected to a fourth term, he’ll be just the second to earn a four-year term as the governor of New York, joining Republican Norman Rockefeller, who also lived in Westchester County.
The state’s longest-serving governor was George Clinton, who served seven terms starting in 1777 and went on to become the vice president of the United States.
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