Cuomo Snubbed By Primary Endorsements

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The state chapter of the National Organization of Women endorsed Zephyr Teachout on Monday.
The state chapter of the National Organization of Women endorsed Zephyr Teachout on Monday. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The New York State chapter of the National Organization of Women endorsed Zephyr Teachout for governor and snubbed incumbent Andrew Cuomo on Monday, Aug. 25, according to the Westchester County Business Journal. 

Teachout is challenging Cuomo in the Democratic primary on Sept, 9.

In recent weeks, other major state-level organizations have snubbed Cuomo, like the AFL-CIO, and New York State United Teachers, who elected to stay neutral, WCBJ reported. 

Other major organizations, such as the Public Employee Federation, have thrown their support behind Teachout, WCBJ said.

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Retired teacher as I am will vote for anyone other than Cuomo. He went after teachers with new Tiers and the pensions are next. How about accountability to other state, county and city workers who milk their pensions with overtime deals that cost tax payers big time. This is what happens with police, firemen and even workers getting schools ready for next week. Paying triple time for Labor Day. No accountability that all workers are doing their jobs and not doing other things like shopping, texting and talking.

King Cuomo II must be in a violent rage over this! Hey folks, there's always hope that voting NY'ers will see the light and give Astorino a chance.

The NYTs is endorsing no one..which means they tacitly endorse Cuomo, as the NYTs just loves progressive tyranny.