Offshore drilling poses an unacceptable risk to New York's environment and economy. Learn more about the Save Our Waters bill, which will protect NY from offshore drilling.
The Agenda will work to advance equality and promote opportunity in women and girls’ health, safety, workplace, and family life.
Governor Cuomo is taking dramatic action to fight the federal tax assault on New York caused by the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
The most comprehensive set of reforms in the nation will safeguard New York elections from outside influences and mandate transparency in regard to digital political ads.
The FY 2019 Budget builds on the state's record of delivering for New Yorkers.
Andrew M. Cuomo
Andrew M. Cuomo, re-elected the 56th Governor of New York State on November 4, 2014, has a lifelong commitment to public service and the proven leadership skills to make government work for the people of the state.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in NYS, Governor Cuomo established the NYS Council on Women and Girls to recognize and advance women's rights within our State.
2017 End of Year Report
Under the leadership of Governor Cuomo, New York State is increasing economic opportunity and furthering social progress. Today the Empire State has the lowest taxes in decades, the largest infrastructure plan in the nation, and more private sector jobs than at any point in the State’s history.Read the Report
Governor Cuomo launched the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico to provide continued services, goods and funds to help the island recover and rebuild.
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Rebuilding New York's Infrastructure
Governor Cuomo's ambitious infrastructure plan is the largest in the country, with major investments going toward rebuilding airports, roads, bridges and public transportation.
Investment in Education Aid
New York State is investing more in education than at any other time in history, bringing the new education aid total to an historic $25.8 billion.
New Middle Class Tax Cut Savings
New Yorkers will save nearly $6.6 billion in just the first four years, with an annual savings reaching $4.2 billion by 2025 with the start of the new middle class tax cuts - the lowest tax rate in more than 70 years.