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Andrew Cuomo Weighs in on Obama VP Speculation

By Eileen Buckley


Cheektowaga, NY – As the Democratic National Convention approaches, talk continues to surface on who Barack Obama will select to be his running mate.

According to reports, Obama has dwindle the list down to four names, that includes U-S Senator Hillary Clinton. A long-time Clinton supporter appeared in Cheektowaga Tuesday and was asked to weigh-in on the topic.

Years before he became New York State Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo served in the Clinton Administration. In 1996 President Bill Clinton named him as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Cuomo was asked to react to a possible Obama-Clinton ticket

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