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August 05, 2020

New York State's Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to chair the virtual summer meeting of the National Governors Association

On August 5, 2020 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo was selected to serve as Chair of the National Governors Association during its virtual 2020 Summer Meeting by unanimous voted.

Governor Cuomo, who will become the longest-serving governor in the country in 2021, is also the first governor from New York to become NGA's chair and he is the first "big state" governor to preside at such a meeting in nearly 50 years.

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