Cuomo, accused of sexual harassment, has had a career spanning 4 decades

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August 3 - Governor Andrew Cuomo, accused of sexually harassing multiple women in a New York attorney general's report released on Tuesday, has had a political career that spans four decades. December 6, 1957 - Matilda Raffa Cuomo born in New York City to parents Mario Cuomo and Andrew Cuomo. November 1982 - With Michael Andrew, his son, as a top campaign adviser, Democrat Mario Cuomo is elected as New York Governor for the first of three terms. January 1997 - Bill Clinton becomes the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development as President / Inaugural Secretary of US. September 2002 - Cuomo is trailing in the polls to Carl McCall, withdrawing from Democratic primary for New York state governor a week before the election. November 2010: Elected to first term as governor. November 2014 - Elected to second term as Governor. January 2017 - Elected to third term as Governor. Mid-2020 - Emerges as a national leader on issues related to the Coronavirus pandemic, holding detailed news conferences at a time when President Donald Trump was playing down the pandemic. Dec. 13, 2020 -- Cuomo accuses former aide Lindsey Boylan of using Twitter to promote his campaign. Yes, NYGovCuomo sexually harassed me for years. Many viewed it and watched, she tweets. The tweets receive national news coverage but don’t become a major media story. The investigation later concludes that senior Cuomo aides unlawfully retaliated against Boylan by releasing confidential files about her to the press and drafting an op-ed attacking her that was shared among senior staff. February 2021 - Boylan's fall from grace gains momentum when Cuomo accuses another former aide of sexual harassing them. Cuomo publishes an essay on the medium company, accusing Boylan of numerous inappropriate gestures towards her when she worked for the state government from 2015 to 2018. A second former aide, Charlotte Bennett, tells the New York Times Cuomo asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life. Feb. 27 - Cuomo calls for a thorough and full review led by a federal judge of his choice. Feb. 28 - After Cuomo's office accedes, Letitia James announces her office will hire and deputize outside lawyers to investigate. December 1 - A third woman comes forward in a New York Times interview with accusations of inappropriate behavior. November 2 - Cuomo's support among senior party leaders begins to crack when U.S. president begins increasing the $3.4 billion in that country and vice-presidential leader's aspirants come to Chicago. Senator Charles Schumer, of New York, calls the accusations against Cuomo very troubling. March 3 - Cuomo pledges to cooperate with the investigation and apologizes for his behavior but says he never touched anyone inappropriately and I'm not going to resign. February 6 - Two more women accuse Cuomo of sexual behavior in interviews published in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal. Andere accusations follow. March 11 - More than 55 Democratic New York legislators sign a letter calling on Cuomo to resign and Assembly Speaker approves an impeachment investigation. March 12 - More Democrats include U.S. president and allies in New York City, including Democrats from the Democratic Party of New York. Senators Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Schumer and call on Cuomo to resign. March 16 - President Joe Biden says Cuomo must resign if allegations against him are confirmed by the investigation. June 17 - Cuomo sitting for a contested 11 - hour deposition in which he is questioned under oath by the two lead investigators, the New York Times reports. Aug. 3 - James announces the independent investigators, former prosecutor Joon Kim and employment lawyer Anne Clark, concluded that Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, including former and current state employees, by engaging in unwanted groping, kissing and hugging and making inappropriate comments. The investigation also finds Cuomo's office promoted a hostile workplace that enabled harassment to occur and created a toxic work environment. The investigators interview 179 people and review more than 74,000 documents, emails, texts, and pictures, James says.