BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Gubernatorial hopeful Andrew Cuomo returned to his rival's turf, Tuesday.
Cuomo is making an economic policy and job creation announcement, while at Synacor Inc.
Outside of Synacor Inc. there is both "Carl Country" supporters and Cuomo supporters rallying.
The Attorney General did not see them, he went in a back door.
Cuomo is at Synacor Inc. Tuesday afternoon, to announce his New York Works jobs agenda.
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The democratic candidate for governor is in town for just a short time, and this is his only stop in Buffalo before he heads to Syracuse.
News 4 tried to ask him questions as he got to Synacor, but he said he would make all comments at the press conference.
The reason he is at Synacor, a global technology company, is that Cuomo says as governor he wants to help out businesses looking to expand. He sees Synacor as the new New York State economy.
He took a tour of the company and met employees, before heading to the podium to announce his comprehensive economic plan.
Cuomo was in Buffalo last week for a fundraiser, this is his second trip to Buffalo since the primaries. It certainly won't be the last, as Republican Carl Paladino has gained a lot of support here.
News 4's Al Vaughters is at the announcement and will bring you the details on News 4 at 5.
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>> Read Republican candidate Carl Paladino's response, here.
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