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For Cuomo, it's a wonderful day for an upstate drive

ALBANY -- And then there were 10.

It might be a bit of a blur for Andrew Cuomo, but today he knocks off six counties from his pledge to touch all of New York's counties before election day.

With his tour serving as one of the reasons he is using to not participate in any more debates, Cuomo begins with a morning stop in Herkimer County, before heading to Oneida, then Madison and on down to the southern tier with stops in Broome, Chemung and Tioga counties.

Still on his list, probably sometime next week, are Western New York visits to Niagara and Genesee counties.

The vehicle of choice today: an RV.

Below is a map if you want to follow along.

-- Tom Precious

 


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Robert J. McCarthy

Robert J. McCarthy

A native of Schenectady, Robert J. McCarthy came to The Buffalo News in 1982 following a six-year stint at the Olean Times Herald. He is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University, and has been covering local, state and national politics since 1992.

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Tom Precious

Tom Precious

Tom Precious joined The Buffalo News in 1997 as bureau chief at the state Capitol, where he covers everything from statewide politics and state government fiscal affairs to health care, environmental and municipal government matters. Prior to The News, he worked for news outlets in Albany and Washington, DC.

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Jill Terreri

Jill Terreri

Jill Terreri is an Amherst native and has covered politics and government in upstate New York since 2003. She joined The Buffalo News in 2012 and covers City Hall.

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Jerry Zremski

Jerry Zremski

Jerry Zremski, The Buffalo News Washington bureau chief, has reported from the nation's capital since 1989 after joining The News as a business reporter in 1984. A graduate of Syracuse University, Zremski is a former Nieman fellow in journalism at Harvard University. In 2007, he served as president of the National Press Club.

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