Kathy Hochul replaced Andrew Cuomo to become the first female governor of New York City and took control of the state government. The state’s chief judge, Janet DiFiore conducted the process of appointment.
The Democrat said that she felt the weight of responsibility on her shoulders and is desperate to get back to business.
Hochul’s being appointed in this duty was a history-making moment in the capital.
The new governor will be facing huge challenges as she takes over the official post. Big decisions are waiting to be taken by her and she will have to take significant actions regarding the present condition of the administration.
She will need to quickly build her own team of advisers. She also said that she has a different approach to governing.