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New Yorker’s are hopeful Hochul does more for sexual harassment survivors now that Cuomo has left office

With Hochul taking over as New York’s governor today, advocates are hoping she will create a new beginning entirely different from the sexual harassment and secrets that riddled Cuomo’s administration for years.

Erica Vladimer, anti-sexual harassment advocate, wants Hochul to support measures that will help survivors and victims of sexual harassment.


Over the years many other politicians have left office besides Cuomo due to sexual harassment allegations, and now advocates and survivors want Hochul to do something about it.

One question being raised about Hochul already is her appointed top aide Karen Keogh.

Keogh is married to a partner for one of Albany’s biggest lobbying firms.

Hochul’s office has said safeguards are being put in place to prevent any appearance of conflicts of interest.



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