Cuomo has no plans to get involved in the mayor’s race

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Governor Andrew Cuomo penned an op-ed. [Times Union]

Cuomo's poll numbers among Republicans are pretty good. [Charles Mahtesian]

"[I]f you're looking for a successor to Obama who will be a strong Democrat who will fight for Democratic ideals and his or her party, don't be looking at Cuomo." [Kos]

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Republican Leader Dean Skelos said he had been talking with Jeff Klein before the elections about a power-sharing arrangement. [Tom Precious]

The Senate Democratic conference said they pass Cuomo's litmus test. [Jimmy Vielkind]

A union with ongoing contract talks with the state expressed support for the Republican-IDC coalition. [Colin Campbell]

Democratic state senator Ruben Diaz Sr. said the IDC is far worse than the Four Amigos. [Casey Seiler]

Staffers in Albany are scratching their heads. [Chris Bragg]

2013 / City Hall

Cuomo doesn't plan on getting involved in the New York City's mayoral race next year. [Ken Lovett]

Bill de Blasio's wife, Chirlane, once wrote an essay for Essence magazine titled "I am a Lesbian." [Hunter Walker]

Comptroller candidate Scott Stringer was endorsed by 32BJ. [Celeste Katz]

Carolyn Ryan, Rupert Murdoch, Mort Zuckerman and Eleanor Randolph are among the people on this power list. [City and State]