Miner running for governor
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There have been rumblings Stephanie Miner was going to run for something in 2018.  Now we know.

Rumored to possibly be a candidate for congress or governor, the former Syracuse Mayor has decided on the latter.  The one-time co-chair of the Democratic Party in New York said she's not only running to replace Andrew Cuomo but she'll do so on a yet-to-be named party line. 

She had harsh words for the governor about his economic development resume after eight years and his ties to corruption trials of former aide Joe Percoco and the former head of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Alain Kaleyeros.

Join us for the interview this weekend along with our extended Reporters Roundtable looking at the end of the legislative session.