Andrew Cuomo

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Andrew Cuomo
56th Governor of New York
From: January 1, 2011 – present
Predecessor David Paterson
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
64th Attorney General of New York
From: January 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
Governor Eliot Spitzer
David Patterson
Predecessor Eliot Spitzer
Successor Eric Schneiderman
11th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
From: January 29, 1997 – January 20, 2001
President Bill Clinton
Predecessor Henry Cisneros
Successor Mel Martinez
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Kerry Kennedy (1990–2003)
Religion Roman Catholic

Andrew Mark Cuomo (born December 6, 1957, in Queens, New York) has been the Governor of New York since January 1, 2011. He was previously the Attorney General of New York, having been elected in 2006 with 58% of the vote, and before that he served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Clinton administration. His Lieutenant Governor is former Rochester mayor Robert Duffy. He is the son of former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.

Cuomo was elected as Governor of New York in 2010 with 62% of the vote. Like his father, Cuomo is pro-abortion and pro-gay rights. He signed legislation legalizing same-sex marriage in 2011.

In January 2014, during the radio interview he commented that the "extreme conservatives" that are politicians who are "right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay" had no place in the State of New York.

In August 2018, Cuomo claimed that the United States "was never that great."[1][2][3]

In January 2019, Cuomo signed an extreme pro-abortion bill into law allowing abortion until the moment of birth.[4]


  1. Kirkwood, R. Cort (August 16, 2018).Cuomo: America Not Great; Trump: Run Against Me in 2020. The New American. Retrieved August 16, 2018.
  2. Key, Pam (August 16, 2018). New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo: America ‘Was Never That Great’. Breitbart News. Retrieved August 16, 2018.
  3. McManus, John F. (August 23, 2018). Another Outrage From the Cuomo Family. The New American. Retrieved August 25, 2018.
  4. Multiple references: See also: