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Former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Considering Run for NYC Mayor Amid Eric Adams’ Struggles

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Adams' Falling Poll Numbers Spark Cuomo's Interest

Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is reportedly considering a run for mayor of New York as current Mayor Eric Adams is falling apart in the polls. New Yorkers are outraged by proposed cuts to services from Adams as the city struggles with a massive influx of illegal border crossers. The funny thing is that even though Cuomo resigned under disgraceful circumstances, he would probably have a shot in this race.

Cuomo Begins Gauging Viability of Mayoral Bid

According to Politico, Cuomo has indicated to allies that he may want to run for New York City mayor if Adams sinks under the weight of a federal investigation. Despite resigning more than two years ago amid allegations of sexual harassment and claims of covering up Covid-19 deaths tied to nursing homes, Cuomo has recently started gauging the viability of a potential mayoral bid. Eight people who have talked to him or his inner circle have confirmed this.

Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. Says Cuomo is "Ready"

Speaking to Cuomo last week, the Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr., a former state senator and ex-member of the New York City Council, said, "I got the impression that he is ready. No one knows what’s going to happen in the city."

Controversial Figure Could Make a Comeback

Despite his past scandals, Cuomo's potential run for mayor has gained attention. A new poll circulating last week measures how voters feel about Cuomo, his accomplishments in office, and the controversies that led to his resignation. Would New Yorkers elect this man as mayor? It could happen.

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