I could get used to waking up to Andrew Cuomo on a more regular basis. As a Californian, I have not yet had the Just a Girl who loves Turtle Shirt in addition I really love this privilege of voting for Cuomo, but I hope to be able to do so one day soon. Just yesterday, he denied any interest or desire to put his hat into the ring of the 2020 presidential race, saying that this isn’t a time to be discussing politics. Just one more reason I am ready and willing to throw my support behind him if he does change his mind. I’ll happily vote for Joe Biden, but I would much more happily vote for Governor Cuomo. P.S. One other thing: Andrew, once we have this pandemic under control, you owe it to the people of New York to legalize marijuana.
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