New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo accepted the state Democratic Party's nomination for governor as expected Thursday. The nomination has, however, left some party insiders feeling uneasy. Cuomo has been critical of the beleaguered state government and has laid out policies to reform it, even though it is currently controlled by Democrats. "I have no way of knowing whether he's going to be a partner or not, but I think it'll be very lonely trying to be the governor without the Legislature as a partner," said Ruth Hassell-Thompson, a Democratic state senator.
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