So it’s Cuomo, Cuomo, Cuomo, whose fancy army of head-setted campaign workers marshalled enough delegates to make him the party’s official designee for attorney general.
Not that anything is over. Not officially.
All of the candidates who were shut out of the convention have indicated that they will follow through by petitioning to get onto the ballot.
And when we asked Mark Green about the result, he actually said that his failure to make the 25 percent threshold would turn out to be a good thing.
“The Cuomo machine has done me a favor by framing the race between a lifelong lawyer for the people and a political machine. The first half of this game involving deals and threats with politicians is over now the second half of talking with little shots, called the people, begins.”
— Jason Horowitz