It’s official: Andrew Cuomo will be New York’s governor for a second term.
Cuomo signed his official oath of office behind closed doors at the Executive Mansion in Albany on Tuesday, a day before he will make a pair of inaugural addresses at the World Trade Center in Manhattan and a historical society in Buffalo.
There wasn’t much pomp and circumstance with Cuomo’s second-term oath: He simply signed a paper and had it notarized. He will return to New York City to spend New Year’s Eve with family, according to his office.
So what did Cuomo swear to do? To “support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the Stale of Now York, and that (he) will faithfullv discharge the duties of the office of governor.”
You can see the freshly signed oath below: