A new Siena poll out ahead of Tuesday's election for governor in New York shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo's lead shrinking. The new results show Cuomo leading his Republican challenger, Marc Molinaro by 13-points (49 to 36 percent), which is down from a 22-point lead (50-28) just last month.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo called his Republican challenger an acolyte of President Donald Trump, and Marc Molinaro punched back by assailing the Democrat as corrupt as the two candidates faced off Tuesday at their only scheduled debate before next month's election.