Disgraced Former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Already Thinking Of Running Again

Andrew Cuomo resigned from office as governor of New York less than a year ago and he is already considering running again – for the same office.

There hasn’t even been a full investigation of the people who died in nursing homes on his watch and yet he thinks he deserves his old job back.

Even Democrats don’t want him to run again.

CNBC reports:

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Ex-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo considers running against Kathy Hochul despite opposition from his own party

Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is considering a run against his replacement and fellow Democrat, Gov. Kathy Hochul, as part of an attempt at a comeback after resigning in disgrace amid multiple accusations of sexual harassment by former aides, according to people familiar with the matter.

Cuomo, who reluctantly left office last year after denying the harassment allegations, has been fielding calls from supporters about a possible run against his former lieutenant governor. His aides have been conducting their own internal voter polling on a potential matchup, these people explained. Those who declined to be named did so in order to speak freely about private matters.

After a recent public poll from Emerson College and The Hill showed Cuomo was a few points behind Hochul, the former governor received calls from allies encouraging him to run against Hochul, a person close to Cuomo said. That survey, which was published last week, showed Cuomo just four points behind Hochul with likely New York Democratic primary voters. It’s been one of the rare polls showing Cuomo that close to Hochul with primary voters. Hochul is up for reelection in 2022 and is in a primary fight with Rep. Tom Suozzi, D-N.Y. as well as New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.

A campaign against Hochul could set up a major primary battle if the former governor were to get the thousands of voter petition signatures needed to get on the ballot by the April deadline.

He may not get as far as he thinks.

Those nursing home deaths need to be investigated.

Cross posted from American Lookout.

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