Updated 10/22/2010 04:18 PM
NYS Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo campaigns in Oneida County
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ORISKANY, N.Y. -- Attorney General and Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo continues his 62-county tour across New York State. His "Drive for a New New York" RV rolled up to the United Food and Commercial Workers' (UFCW) District Local One offices in Oriskany Friday.
It was there, among a crowd of a couple hundred, that Cuomo touted his platform and his party. In his speech he talked about being "sick and tired" of the current state of affairs and he promised to get the New York's "fiscal house in order," if elected.
When asked what issues were at the top of the list locally, for Oneida County voters, he had one answer.
Cuomo said, "Jobs, job, jobs. Those are the top three issues. Especially bad in Upstate New York, because it's been bad for a long time. I think the sinicism starts to feed on itself. So a top priority, it's simply gonna be jobs."
Cuomo had 14 more counties left to visit following his stop in Oneida County.