Churchill: Under Cuomo, upstate's painful decline goes on - Times Union: No governor of a state with a shrinking population has ever been elected president.
That's something Gov. Andrew Cuomo might want to consider as he plans his run for president. Why would the country want to be more like New York when so many New Yorkers are fleeing to other parts of the country?
The state's recent population decline was slight — 1,900 people from mid-2015 to mid-2016, according to newly released census numbers.
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