Post-Election Headlines From Around NYS
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 below.
New York State gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Andrew Cuomo greets Yonkers residents Cheryl Brannan and her daughter Sayidana, 13, outside Kingdom Baptist Church in Yonkers, N. Y. , Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010.
"Cuomo and Duffy represent the best hope that New Yorkers have for fixing Albany anytime soon," writes the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle's editorial board in Sunday's paper.
Joined by Democrats, Republicans and Independents, Cuomo continued his 62 county tour of New York working to Get Out The Vote in the last 10 days before the election. See photos.
"New York state is in deep financial trouble and its government is so dysfunctional that even efforts to improve it have only served to make matters worse," writes The Post-Star editorial board, endorsing Cuomo for governor -- "a leader who has good ideas, experience in state government and the political clout to rein in spending and reduce taxes."
The New York Times endorses Andrew Cuomo for New York State Governor, noting his "strong record" as Attorney General and his "serious ethics and redistricting proposals." Read the full endorsement.
Newsday endorses Andrew Cuomo for Governor, who "understands politics" and "knows Albany" to accomplish New York state's much-needed reform. Read the full endorsement.
Andrew Cuomo's "Drive for a New NY" tour made six stops in upstate New York on Friday. See photo highlights.
Continuing his "Drive" tour to visit all 62 counties in New York, Andrew Cuomo made a stop in Binghampton Friday afternoon, rallying voters in Broome County.
Andrew Cuomo made a stop in Madison County on his "Drive" tour, endorsing local reformers and warning voters not to get complacent. Read the full article in the Syracuse Post-Standard.