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Reeher discusses Gov. Cuomo's political future with WAER, WETM, WSYR

August 6, 2021


Grant Reeher

Grant Reeher

A report released on Tuesday by New York Attorney General Letitia James found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed 11 women and created a "hostile" work environment for women. The findings of her civil review into the harassment allegations have created a political firestorm around Cuomo, with Democratic leaders at all levels of government calling for him to resign. “I have not heard any prominent democratic voice calling for him not to resign and calling for him to continue to resist,” Professor Grant Reeher tells WETM. He also spoke to WAER and WSYR about Cuomo's political future. 

WAER: "SU Professor: Gov. Cuomo Not Likely To Survive Fallout From AG's Report Concluding He Sexually Harassed Multiple Women"

WETM: "Gov. Cuomo could face impeachment proceedings from N.Y. Legislature: What does that process look like in the state?"

WSYR: "Syracuse University political science professor talks about Cuomo investigation"

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