Hillary Clinton pushed: “Isn’t it time for the state to elect a governor?”
Kathy Hochhol accepts the Democratic nomination to race for Governor of New York. The first woman to lead the country, Hochul was virtually unknown when she took office last summer in place of Andrew Cuomo. With this nomination, Hoechul is racing to become the first woman elected governor of New York. “Isn’t it time for the country that started the suffrage movement to elect a governor?” said Hillary Clinton, who announced Hochul’s candidacy.
Sixty-three on August 27, a Catholic of Irish descent (her grandparents immigrated a century ago), two children, Hochhol is the first tenant of an Albanian government building in more than a century with experience in local politics, chewing for more than a decade in the rooms of Hamburg City Council, A suburb of Buffalo. “Rabbit Revitalization” they called it at the time because of its staccanov. Which was also seen in New York: He repeatedly visited all 62 of the state’s counties. Hochul used to surprise those who underestimated her, Steve Israel, a former congressman and Democratic political strategist, told The Hill.
Feb 18, 2022 (change on Feb 18, 2022 | 3:13)
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