Andrew Cuomo says he wants to serve as New York’s governor for “as long as the people will have me.”
Cuomo began his second term in January and already there is speculation about who might seek the job if the Democratic governor decides not to run again, with potential candidates including Democratic Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Cuomo expressed interest in a possible third term on Monday, telling reporters that “there is nothing else” that he would rather do than to continue to serve as governor.
The 57-year-old governor has previously been mentioned as a possible future White House candidate. His late father, Mario Cuomo, served three terms as governor.