Westchester's Astorino Says He's 'Leaning Toward' Running For Governor

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Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino claimed he was "leaning toward" running for Governor during a radio interview on Wednesday, Jan. 14.

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino still hasn't made a firm decision about running for Governor this year, but made a strong indication that he would during a radio interview on Wednesday, Jan. 14, according to the Democrat and Chronicle. 

During the interview, Astorino divulged that he is "leaning toward" challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo. This marks a change from last week, when the county executive claimed he was "50/50" on a gubernatorial run, the Democrat and Chronicle reported. 

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bob.zahm.5:

I wouldn't feel betrayed if Astorino decided to run against Cumo after having just been re-elected in Westchester. I would question his judgment, thought as this is a race he will not win. Cuomo's better than his predecessors, is still making a mess of things, but Astorino doesn't stand a chance. Does he really have to make the Republican power structure feel better about itself by being their sacrificial lamb in 2014? Rob, "just say 'No'".

Truth:

Don't lean to far Rob you might fall over. Looks like the Donald may want to Trump you Rob. Remember Andy O'Rourke & Pierre Rinfret

salowey@live.com:

Astorino should be leaning toward running Westchester County.
Don't you feel betrayed if you voted for him?