New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who's running for governor, says he's still deciding whether to endorse any of the five Democratic candidates looking to replace him.
Speaking to reporters at the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, Cuomo says there's still time to evaluate the candidates in the race.
"I said I was going to watch the campaigns as they develop. It's Labor Day now. You'll see the campaigns start to heat up, and I'll be watching the campaigns and then we'll make a decision to endorse or not to endorse," Cuomo said.
Cuomo's support could be a big factor in the race. The latest polling shows the five Democratic candidates are largely unknown to voters.
Two of the candidates were in Brooklyn for the parade: Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice and State Sen. Eric Schneiderman of Manhattan.