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Governor of New York

The Governor of New York, the highest executive officer of the state, was originally chosen for a term of 2 years. In 1877 it was extended to 3 years, in 1895 reduced back to 2 years, and in 1938 it was extended to the current 4 year term.

See also List of New York Governors

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