Cuomo’s Term As Head Of National Governor’s Association Ends

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ALBANY – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s term as the head of the National Governor’s Association has come to an end.

Cuomo will be replaced by to Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.

He took over the role during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cuomo says the pandemic highlighted how important state leadership is.

“They were also consequential because they were probably the most consequential decisions that governors had made in generations,” said Cuomo. “They were literally about life and death.”

He explains the last year has been a transformational moment for the world, and for governors nationwide.


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