By Tom Precious
ALBANY – The clock is ticking, but President Obama has still not given a road map to Gov. Andrew Cuomo for where the New York Democrat can serve as a surrogate in the final weeks of the presidential campaign.
Cuomo, who had a low-key role at the party’s convention this summer in North Carolina, last week began talking up his plans to go to swing states on the president’s behalf to woo Democratic voters in the all-important get-out-the-vote effort.
Asked again if he had gotten word from the White House about when he will hit the trail, Cuomo, in a brief session with reporters today, said, “I don’t think so.’’ His spokesman, Joshua Vlasto, quickly added, that there has been no official notification yet, but, “We’ll go where they need us to.
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