On this week's edition of New York NOW: Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces a new plan to address the state's COVID-19 clusters. Jesse McKinley from The New York Times joins us to discuss.
Gov. David Paterson is out with a new book about his time in office and his experience as a black, blind man in America. He gives us a sneak peak of the book and chats about some of the state's top issues, like New York's $14 billion budget deficit.
And voting is confusing this year, but also easier than ever. Jennifer Wilson from the League of Women Voters shows us step-by-step what to expect when voting with an absentee ballot, and speaks with Karen DeWitt about this year's elections process.