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Successor to Saul N. Ramirez Jr. New York City, New York, U.S. Andrew Mark Cuomo (; b. December 6, 1957) is an U.S. political, writer and attorney who has served as the Fifty-sixth and present Governor of New York since 2011. As a member of the Democratic Party, he was appointed to the office of his fathers, Mario Cuomo, for three years.

Cuomo was graduated from Fordham University and Albany University University. He was educated at the Albany University. Started his professional life as campaigns director for his dad, then as deputy county prosecutor in New York City before joining CPA. From 1990 to 1993 he was Chairman of the New York City Homeless Commission and established Housing for the Less Privileged (HELP USA).

Cuomo der Clinton-Administration als Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development im United States Department of Housing and Urban Development bei. Cuomo was appointed Attorney General of New York in 2006. Cuomo declared in May 2010 that he had run for the 2010 elections as Goverment and won with 63% of the votes.

In his first year in office, New York legalised same-sex marriages and passed a law on arms controls. During 2000, Cuomo spearheaded HUD's effort to reach an understanding with the United States' biggest pistol maker, Smith & Wesson, which obligated Smith & Wesson to modify the way weapons are designed, distributed and marketed to make them more secure and to keep them out of the reach of kids and delinquents.

Cuomo retired on the evening before the State Congress after he had come to the conclusion that, unlike the favoured political nomination, the state auditor Carl McCall, he had little prospect of assistance. Coumo won the preliminary election by a 20% voting margin and defeated his next rival by more than 20%. Both the Independence and Working Families Parties have approved Andrew Cuomo, while the Conservative and Taxpayer Parties have approved Carl Paladino.

In spite of a low participation rate, Cuomo won with a slight lead, but his lead was less than when he won in 2010. But Astorino won most of the state of New York, but was overpowered in New York City. Mr. Cuomo was under oath for his second mandate as governor. Cuomo said in an audio on WCNY's The Capital Pressroom on January 17, 2014:

All Things Possible: Consequences and successes in politics and life, New York: Harper, 2014. Skip up to: a d e "Andrew Cuomo Biography: Accessed May 25, 2015. Skip up to: a to Blauner, Peter (February 13, 1989). NY. Accessed December 6, 2010. Jumping up ^ Arena, Michael; Marianne Arneberg (October 20, 1988).

Accessed November 24, 2012. Highjump ^ Barbaro, Michael (November 23, 2010). New York Times. Archiveed from the orginal on November 25, 2010. Accessed December 6, 2010. Hop up ^ Campanile, Carl. "and Cardinal Dolan Dolan, toout paroissial scholastic duty break", New York Post, 13 mai 2015. Skip up to: a smiths, Chris.

"Albany Machiavelli", New York, April 14, 2013. Skip up to: a g O'Shaughnessy, Patrice (September 27, 2009). "From horror to Hudson to the Democratic progeny." NY. Accessed December 6, 2010. Hip up ^ Romano, Anne (2010). Accessed May 12, 2013. Skip up to: a d e "Andrew M. Cuomo".

Archiveed from the orginal on 27 May 2010. Accessed May 20, 2010. Highjump ^ Evans, Judith (November 30, 1996). Accessed January 12, 2011. Skip high to: a d e d Fairbanks, Phil (August 21, 2010). Archiveed from the orginal on August 25, 2010. Accessed September 17, 2010. Highjump ^ David M. Halbfinger; Michael Powell (August 23, 2010).

"Cuomo deserves a mixed rating as head of the HUD." New York Times. Archives from the orginal on January 27, 2014. Accessed September 17, 2010. Leap up ^ Barrett, Wayne (August 5, 2008). "Andréw Cuomo and Fannie and Freddie." Archiveed from the orginal on July 22, 2010. Accessed September 17, 2010.

Highjump ^ Bovard, James (2000). NY: New York: Jumping up ^ Leno, Rod (September 4, 2002). Archives from the orginal on September 10, 2002. Leap up ^ Schneider, Bill (September 6, 2002). Skip up to: a c Hicks, Jonathan P. (May 31, 2006). "Court-Cuomo wins the Democratic support in the main race for the Attorney General."

New York Times. Accessed July 23, 2007. Highjump ^ Benjamin, Elizabeth (February 26, 2010). "Tarpton praises Paterson, won't be supporting Cuomo today." NY. Archiveed from the orginal on March 3, 2010. Skip up to: a to Hakim, Danny (July 23, 2007). New York Times. Accessed July 24, 2007.

Highjump ^ Matthews, Cara (July 23, 2007). "Coumo- sharpener assistants used the state troops to harm Bruno." Accessed July 24, 2007. Leap to the top ^ "Cuomo: Bribery of credits widespread". 10 April 2007. Accessed April 8, 2008. Leap up ^ Lederman, Doug (May 15, 2007). Accessed April 8, 2008.

Hop up ^ Roscrance, Lisa. Accessed September 23, 2010. Up DeJean, David. Accessed September 23, 2010. Leap up ^ McCullagh, Declan (June 10, 2008). Accessed April 28, 2009. Hop up ^ Bennett, Chuck. The New York Post. Leap up ^ Chan, Sewell; Richard Pérez-Peña (January 22, 2007). New York Times.

Accessed November 23, 2008. Skip high to: a to Hakim, Danny (October 4, 2007). New York Times. Accessed November 23, 2008. Hakim, Danny (November 21, 2008). "of Senator Clinton." New York Times. Archives from the orginal on December 10, 2008.

Accessed November 23, 2008. Hip up ^ Silverleib, Alan (January 23, 2009). Accessed January 12, 2011. High ^ "Obama warmly but coolly to Gov. David Paterson". 21 September 2009. Accessed May 16, 2010. Hip up ^ Molloy, Joanna (January 23, 2010). "Sources say Andrew Cuomo will run for governor of New York in March."

NY. Archiveed from the orginal on January 27, 2010. Accessed January 24, 2010. Hop up ^ Goldman, Henry (May 30, 2005). "for the N.Y. conventions to explain the governor's run." Accessed May 16, 2010. Up high ^ "Cuomo names Mayor Duffy as Running Mate". 26 May 2010.

Accessed February 18, 2012. Long Islanders put Paladino to the test as their own teacup", Buffalo News, September 12, 2010. Skip to top ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Retracted 2013-12-30. Hop up ^ McKinley, Jesse (March 5, 2014). "The Westchester Leiter opens bid to refuse Cuomo a second term." New York Times.

Accessed March 26, 2014. Cuomo spent almost 40 more than Teachout To Win primarily. Leap up ^ "Cuomo wins the democratic primary". Skip up ^ WNYC Data News. Zephyr Teachout's main electoral defeat has the breath of a victorious side, Annie Karni, NYTimes, 10 Sept. 2014".

NY. Leap up ^ Kaplan, Thomas (November 4, 2014). "but he' s losing influence." New York Times. Accessed January 15, 2014. Leap up ^ "Andrew Cuomo wins re-election in NY Governor's Race". New York NBC. Skip up ^ WNYC Data News. Skip to: a c " 2014 State Local Primary Results " (PDF).

The New York State Board of Elections. Accessed October 25, 2014. Skipar, le soir de l'élection, les résultats non officiels de la NYS Board of Elections (NYS Board of Elections Unofficial Election Night Results). Accessed December 17, 2014. Hakim, Danny (December 31, 2010). "Court-martial of New York." New York Times. Accessed January 1, 2011. Highjump ^ Gershman, Jacob (January 2, 2011).

"The Cuomo Take Office called the reputation of the state of New York a national joke." Archiveed from the orginal on January 26, 2011. Accessed January 11, 2011. Leap up ^ Kaplan, Thomas (March 31, 2011). New York Times. Highjump ^ Scott, Brendan; Dicker, Fredric U. (March 31, 2011). The New York Post. Highjump ^ Lovett, Kenneth; Blain, Glenn (March 27, 2011).

"Achieve New York State budgetary agreement to reduce expenses by 2%, no new taxes". NY. High up ^ "Cuomo praises the legislator in the video victory round". 31 March 2011. Archiveed from the orginal on April 12, 2011. Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap up ^ Kaplan, Thomas (November 3, 2011).

New York Times. Hop up ^ Hamilton, Colby. "Signed by WNYC, the Ethical Reforms in Law." Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap up ^"Governor Kuomo Signed Historic Property Tax Cap Legislation in Nassau County ^" Governor Andrew M. Kuomo. 30 June 2011. Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap up ^ Baum, Geraldine (June 25, 2011).

"Faggot marital match shows N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is no novice." The Los Angeles Times. Hop up ^ Smith, Chris. "According to Andrew Cuomo's plan - Daily Intel". NY. Accessed April 5, 2012. Skip up ^ "Assembly (Finally) Passes Tax Package". NY. Highjump ^ Lovett, Kenneth (December 6, 2011).

"Lucien cuomo announced a major fiscal deal." NY. Leap to the top ^ "Andrew Kuomo 2016 heat up speculations - Edward-Isaac Dovere and Maggie Haberman". Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap up ^ "Cuomo starts speculating in 2016". 25 June 2011. Skip i Springen Sie hoch ^ "Third-Party Line Will Feature Governor Kuomo, and a Slew of Republicans".

Retracted 2018-08-01. Skip high to: a yee, William K. Rashbaum, Vivian; Weiser, Benjamin (September 23, 2016). New York Times. S. A1. Released September 22, 2016. Skip i Springen Sie hoch zu : a d Skip i Springen Sie hoch zu : a d e "All the Governor's Men-Federal Charges Against Top Cuomo Aide, Donor and SUNY Head". 9/22/2016.

Released September 22, 2016. Skip up to: a in " Who is Joe Percoco, former Cuomo assistant of Bharara Thursday? 9/22/2016. Released September 22, 2016. Highjumping ^ Rahim, Saqib (2018-03-14). "Judge finds former Cuomo assistant culpable of corrupt practices in the natural gas business." Retracted 2018-04-10. Highjump ^ Wang, Vivian; Weiser, Benjamin (March 14, 2018).

New York Times. S. A1. Accessed March 15, 2018. skip to top ^ press release. Accessed March 15, 2018. Hop up ^ Zeff, Blake. "One more Cuomo non-interference thing is falling apart." Accessed August 22, 2017. Hoist high ^ Goldmaker, Shane (August 9, 2017). "when Cuomo faces the democratic rift."

New York Times. Accessed August 22, 2017. Skip up to: a c Craig, Susanne (July 24, 2014). New York Times. Released September 16, 2014. Jumping up ^ Weiser, Benjamin (2016). "against Cuomo for Moreland Ethics Commission." New York Times. Retracted 2018-02-23. Highjump ^ Craig, Susanne (January 4, 2014).

"The New York State Is set to loose Marchijuana Laws." New York Times. Accessed September 14, 2015. Leap up ^ Ferrigno, Lorenzo (September 11, 2014). "The New York legalized medicinal marijuana." Accessed September 14, 2015. Leap to the top ^ "Marijuana legalisation in New York". NY. 9/28/2014. Accessed September 14, 2015.

Hop up ^ McKinley, Jesse (2017-08-06). "Seven million dollars to Colleges for prison classes." New York Times. Retracted 2018-01-09. Skip up to: a c Jr, James C. McKinley (2018). "in Bid to Help Poor", suggests ending bail for minor crimes. New York Times.

Retracted 2018-01-08. Skip up to: a d e d "Cuomo the Merciless". Retracted 2018-07-09. Leap up ^ Glaser, Howard (January 15, 2013). "Bipartisan support NY State Senate leads rifle safety legislation, Assembly Action Today". Accessed January 25, 2013. Leap up ^ Walshe, Shushannah (January 15, 2013). "of the nation's toughest arms control law."

Accessed January 16, 2013. Jumping up ^ "Sheriff's answer to NY SAFE Act". The New York State Sheriff's Association. High Jumping ^ Weaver, Teri (July 15, 2013). "Governor Andrew Cuomo signed amendments to the NY Safe Act that allow exemptions for pensioned policemen." Syracuse, New York. Accessed July 8, 2013. Highjump ^ David Halbfinger; Thomas Kaplan; Wendy Ruderman (November 5, 2012).

New York Times. Accessed January 22, 2013. Death on Long Island as a power agency shows its mistakes". New York Times. Accessed June 23, 2013. Skip up to: a to Hakim, Danny. New York Times. Accessed June 4, 2013. Leap up ^ Johnson, Eliana (May 6, 2013).

"Andréw Cuomo is launching an advertising drive to attract companies to New York." Accessed June 4, 2013. Skip up ^ "Fracklash". NY. 10 September 2012. Jumping up ^ "Stop fucking and rescue our waters, lands and soils! 9/16/2014. Highjump ^ Campbell, J. (February 18, 2014). Hop up ^ Kaplan, Thomas.

{\a6}(December 17, 2014). "Cuomo prohibits frakking in New York State on the grounds of health risks." New York Times. Skip high to: a d e f g h Rosenthal, Brian M.; Fitzsimmons, Emma G.; LaForgia, Michael (2017-11-18). New York Times. Retracted 2017-12-29. Hip up ^ Chen, David W. (2017-04-11).

New York Times. Retracted 2017-04-13. Leap to the top ^ "Study without paying fees: You' re welcome to the state of New York. Retracted 2017-04-13. Jumping up ^ "Free College? Retracted 2017-04-25. Leap up ^ Kaplan, Thomas (July 17, 2011). "The Union provides services to Cuomo." New York Times. S. Highjump ^ Kaplan, Thomas; Barbaro, Michael (July 14, 2011).

"He says his primary goal in'12' will be to contain public pension benefits." New York Times. S. Leap up ^ Epstein, Reid (June 24, 2011). "New York Cuomo is signing legislation on homosexual marriage." Accessed July 6, 2011. Gossip". NY. Skip high to: a s Kaplan, Thomas (December 1, 2011).

"The Cuomo Fund is filling up with cash from grateful homosexual donors." New York Times. Leap up ^ Kaplan, Thomas (October 27, 2011). "Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is calling for same-sex marriages in all states." New York Times. Highjump ^ Bolcer, Julie (October 25, 2011). "{\a6} Les opposants au mariage Want Apologue de Cuomo".

Accessed February 22, 2012. Jumping up ^ "Burling: It'?s Cuomo Doesn't Care Me politics at the Huderson. 9 December 2011. Accessed April 5, 2012. Rump up ^ "Same gender claim in New York". 25 July 2011. Accessed December 5, 2011. Jumping up ^ "Watchdog: Released September 11, 2016.

Leap up ^ "Cuomo Wirtschaftsförderer stubbornly answers start-up NY questions". Released September 11, 2016. Top ^ "Capitol Confidential " React-O-Mat Income Statement". 6 December 2011. Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap up ^ "Bronx Pols Get Behind Cuomo's Tax Plan". 7 December 2011. Accessed April 5, 2012.

Governor Andrew Cuomo listens to hannas for New York dealing on fiscal reform". Accessed April 5, 2012. Hop up ^ McMahon, E.J. (December 5, 2011). The New York Post. Skip high to: a s Kaplan, Thomas (December 6, 2011). New York Times. Accessed February 22, 2012. Skip high to: a to JIMMY VIELKIND, Capitol office (December 8, 2011).

The Times Union. Accessed April 5, 2012. Leap to the top ^ Katz, Celeste (June 19, 2013). "Official, Gov. Cuomo, NY Senate GOP Dig In Their Heels On Women's Equality Act". Accessed January 6, 2018. Jumping up to: a d "Small provides hostile abortion change, fails (Updatedx2)". Accessed January 6, 2018.

Skip high to: a to Nahmias, Laura (June 30, 2015). Accessed January 6, 2018. Leap up ^ Hamilton, Matthew (October 21, 2015). "Coumo is signing laws on equal opportunities for women." The Times Union. Accessed January 6, 2018. Skip up to: a wang, Vivian (2018-04-18). "for paroled offenders."

New York Times. Retracted 2018-04-18. Hop up ^ Mays, Jeffery C. (2018-02-27). "We Have Let Other People Speak for Us for Too Long"". New York Times. Retracted 2018-04-10. Skip up ^ "Cuomo to take NYCHA tenant after the statement emergency". The New York Post.

Retracted 2018-04-10. Highjump ^ Ferré-Sadurní, Luis; Goodman, J. David (2018-04-02). "in the city's public housing construction." New York Times. Retracted 2018-04-10. The Blasio blows up Cuomo over the NYCHA buildings. The New York Post. Retracted 2018-04-10. High ^ "De Blasio: Cuomo is no'white knight' for NYCHA".

The New York Post. Retracted 2018-04-10. Bounce high to: a gildmaker, Shane; Rosenthal, Brian M.; Armendariz, Agustin (2018-02-24). "Notwithstanding the executive order, Cuomo is taking funds from public servants." New York Times. Retracted 2018-02-24. Skip high to: a barc Goldmacher, Shane; Rosenthal, Brian M. (2018-03-29).

"He reinterprets the employee fundraising ban." New York Times. Retracted 2018-03-30. High jumping ^ "Cuomo:'Extreme right-wing..... have no place in New York State'". Hop up ^ Beck, Glenn. "Are we welcome to New York, Glenn Beck's open letter to Governor Cueromo? Sean Hannity really leaves New York after Gov. Cuomo's anti-conservative comment?

Hop up ^ McKinley, J. (January 22, 2014). "Comments from Cuomo outraged Republicans". New York Times. Highjump ^ Reisman, Nick (May 15, 2014). Accessed May 15, 2014. Skip high to: a to Fermino, Jennifer (January 3, 2011). The New York Post. Accessed February 22, 2012. Jumping Springe hoch zu : a but " Sandra Lee and Gov. Andrew Cuomo Have Family Dinners at Home : People.com ".

Hop up ^ Gibson, David (January 7, 2011). "Andréw Cuomo accepts communion and stimulates the'good Catholic' debate." Archiveed from the orginal on January 21, 2012. Accessed April 15, 2016. Hop up ^ Blain, Glenn (January 2, 2011). "Cuomo goes to Mass with Sandra Lee and her girls on the second official day."

NY. Accessed February 22, 2012. Skip up ^ "Archived copy". Archiveed from the orginal on September 4, 2015. Accessed August 13, 2015.

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