New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday he intends to run for a fourth term in 2022.
Should he be reelected, Cuomo would be only the second governor in New York history to win a fourth, four-year term. His father, the late Gov. Mario Cuomo, served three terms and lost his bid for a fourth. New York has no gubernatorial term limits.
“I believe this state is doing great things at a time when a nation is floundering. I believe that. I believe we have the opportunity to set a standard for progressivity and normalcy. I know this job. I work seven days a week at it, and I think we have accomplishments,” he said.
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