I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO ADDRESS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.
DO I ADDRESS HIM AS HONORABLE ANDREW COUMO; MR. ANDREW COUMO, OR ANDREW COUMO, ATTORNY GENERAL?
I'D APPRECIATE YOUR ASSISTANCE.
HOWARD E. De LAND
7030 E. GENESEE STREET
FAYETTEVILLE, NY 13066
None of the above. He comes from a long line of Cuomos, and will not be impressed if you misspell his last name.
Originally Posted by HOWARD DE LAND
You might try: Attorney General Andrew M Cuomo
Use "The Honorable" in the address, and either "Dear Mr. Cuomo" or "Dear Mr. Attorney General" in the body of the letter.
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