When the Cuomo's run as Governor ends August 25th, so will the impeachment investigation.
And one of the reasons why is right in the New York Constitution. According to a Times Union story, our state constitution does not allow someone who is not in office to be be impeached. Investigators also stated that the Governor resigning answers the main question of the investigation if Cuomo remain Governor, which makes the project unnecessary.
The Times Union report says the preliminary stages of the investigation did find "...credible evidence in relation to allegations that have been made in reference to the governor" regarding harassment claims, plus issues with COVID nursing home data and the Governor's wrongful use of government resources when putting out his book.
For all parties involved, the Governor's resignation was clearly the best thing for our state government and New York residents. A long drawn out investigation and impeachment hearings is the last thing this state need with everything still whirling around with the pandemic.
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