September 19

Cuomo, Duffy Welcome Bipartisan Co-Chairs Under 'Big Tent'

by Cuomo 2010

Andrew Cuomo and Robert Duffy today welcomed their new campaign co-chairs former New York City Comptroller Bill Thompson, Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, and former New York State Republican Chairman Pat Barrett under their big tent for reform at an event at City Hall today.

"Andrew Cuomo has shown time and again that by bringing integrity, honesty, and independence both from partisan politics and special interests government can get things done for the people," Barrett said. "He has laid out a bold agenda to reform and I am proud to stand with him and this diverse group of leaders to bring New Yorkers together regardless of their party affiliation under this big tent and behind this agenda for reform."

"The coalition is not based on party labels but instead brought together by a common purpose and common agenda to restore performance, integrity and fiscal stability to New York State government," Cuomo said.

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May 16

Governor Cuomo Continues "People First Campaign" in Hempstead

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Governor Cuomo today continued his "People First Campaign" at Hofstra University, where he outlined his legislative priorities and told Long Islanders that their voices must be heard in order to get Albany to act on these key reforms.

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May 16

Governor Cuomo Blasts Plans to Slash Federal Homeland Security Funding

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Governor Cuomo today urged House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to block a proposal to slash federal homeland security funding given to the states by 50 percent. In his letter, Governor Cuomo said the dramatic cut would hamper New York's efforts to prevent terrorist attacks and protect New Yorkers.

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May 16

Governor Cuomo Sends Letter to the Chancellor of the Board of Regents Regarding Performance Evaluations for Teachers

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Governor Cuomo today sent the following letter to the Chancellor of the Board of Regents Merryl Tisch regarding changes needed to improve and accelerate performance evaluations for teachers.

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May 16

Governor Cuomo Launches SAGE Commission Web Site for Public to Submit Ideas on How to Make Government More Efficient

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Governor Cuomo today announced the launch of the Spending and Government Efficiency (SAGE) Commission's Web site to invite the public's participation in the process of modernizing and right-sizing state government, improving performance, increasing accountability and saving taxpayers' money.

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May 16

Governor Cuomo Announces Unanimous Senate Confirmation of Assemblywoman RoAnn Destito as Commissioner of The Office of General Services

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Governor Cuomo today announced that the State Senate unanimously confirmed Assemblywoman RoAnn Destito as Commissioner of the New York State Office of General Services (OGS).

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January 05

State of the State

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Today, newly elected Governor Andrew M. Cuomo delivered his first State of the State Address.

November 11

Duffy to Chair Transition Committee

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Governor-Elect Andrew Cuomo today announced that Lieutenant Governor-Elect Bob Duffy will serve as Chair of the Cuomo-Duffy Transition. In addition, Cuomo announced transition co-chairs,  the formation of the Council of Economic and Fiscal Advisors and his first transition committee for Economic Development and Labor.

November 11

WATCH VIDEO: 'Cleaning Up Albany Together'

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Andrew Cuomo thanks New Yorkers in a video message, "Cleaning Up Albany Together." Watch above.

November 03

Post-Election Headlines From Around NYS

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New Yorkers voted overwhelmingly to elect Andrew Cuomo as the next Governor of New York State on Tuesday, November 2nd. Check out newspaper front pages from around the state.