The world seems to be closing in on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo following the NYS Attorney General report that charges he violated his own sexual harassment rules. Democrats in the state and across the country are now calling for him to resign. Meanwhile, New York's legislative judiciary committee is reconvening on Monday to continue talks about impeachment.

Andrew Cuomo would not be the only New York governor to be impeached. There was one other and we're not talking about disgraced former Governor Elliot Spitzer. Spitzer never was impeached, he actually resigned amid stories of infidelity and solicitation of prostitutes back in 2008.

Only one New York governor has ever been impeached and it dates all the way back to 1913. Democratic NY Governor William Sulzer, nicknamed Plain Bill, was a former Congressman and the 39th governor of New York State. He was impeached in 1913, (shortly after taking office) for belief that while in Congress, he conducted illegal business with fraudulent companies in Cuba. It was also alleged that he broke a 1903 promise to marry a Philadelphia woman, resulting in a lawsuit according to Wikipedia. He was impeached by the Assembly and later convicted by a special court.  Some believe Sulzer was unjustly impeached and they have unsuccessfully tried to repair his record over the years.

Sulzer remained somewhat popular even after he was impeached. In 1914, shortly after being impeached, he ran and won a seat as a Progressive in the New York Assembly. He would also run unsuccessfully 2 more times for New York governor and actually ran unsuccessfully for President of the United States in 1916. He later left politics and retired in his home state of New York. He died in 1941 at the age of 78, according to Wikipedia.

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