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New York News
Thu May 8, 2014
New York Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy To Step Aside
New York Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy will not seek re-election after four years in the position, the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reports. Duffy tells Governor Andrew Cuomo in a letter Wednesday that he is stepping aside before the November election. Duffy said that he has struggled to keep up with a rigorous travel schedule and that he is not being forced out. The former Rochester mayor and police chief says he would like to spend more time at home.