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November 5, 2017


 

 

 

Gipson moves ahead with gubernatorial exploration

Gipson: "Very positive"

RHINEBECK – Former State Senator Terry Gipson, who last year was considering a run for governor on the Democratic line, has now taken that one step further.

He has now created a campaign committee, Gipson for New York, so he “can have the funds to travel the state, develop relationships, listen to New Yorkers and continue to explore a run for governor.”

Gipson, a Rhinebeck resident, said the reception he has received across the state about a potential run “has been very positive.” He said people from Brooklyn to Buffalo “want our state government returned to its rightful owners, the people of New York, and I am dedicated to investigating how I can best serve that process.”

Current Governor Andrew Cuomo, also a Democrat, is up for re-election next year and it is no surprise that he is eying a presidential run in three years.

 


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