Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and his Republican opponent, Rob Astorino, spent Monday delivering their final messages to voters in a race where the Democratic incumbent governor is favored to win, but by how much?
The governor, in his final pitch to voters, defined Astorino as an ultra-conservative who he says is against many social issues that Democrats are for, including a woman’s right to choose abortion.
“When they try to sell their hate and division, our message is very simple,” Cuomo said. “That hate and venom won’t sell in New York.”