"It is a very different story than the one you're hearing out of Washington."
"Join me and we'll repair the damage done to our country and be stronger than ever," the former Colorado governor said.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
Cuomo described the practices detailed in the report about Facebook's information collection as "an outrageous abuse of privacy."
Governor Ralph Northam has rejected calls to resign, saying, "Virginia needs someone that can heal."
After two days of adamantly refusing to resign, people with knowledge of the meeting reportedly said that Northam still hadn't made up his mind.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro railed against Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, even managing to refer to him as the notorious Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele for his recent comments about late-term abortions.
"In New York, we have zero tolerance for discrimination or harassment of any kind, especially in our schools, and we stand with those who are calling for clarity on this troubling incident."
"We're sending messages to our young people that if life is hard, you can curl up in the fetal position somewhere in a warm place and just wait until it stops being hard."
Republicans need to be Amazon, not Sears, Kasich said.
Gov. Kate Brown's husband Dan Little cleaned the bathrooms at Mt. Hood National Forest Sno-Park after finding it a mess amid the shutdown.
"This is exactly how it was scripted," Gavin Newsom quipped. "I'm glad this is the rehearsal."
"We shouldn't be punishing people for something that is no longer illegal in Washington state," Inslee tweeted.
The Paradise resident became an addiction counselor after serving her jail time.
"This is nothing less than a power grab by Republicans," said Catherine Vaughan of Flippable. "It flies in the face of what voters decided in November and obstructs the democratic process by circling the wagons around systemic conservative efforts to gerrymander Wisconsin and restrict voter access."
"I feel like I've done the job as well or better than anybody who's ever had it," Christie told The New York Times shortly before leaving office in January.
The Kentucky native and co-creator of The Walking Dead ridiculed Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's claim mass shootings are a result of zombie television shows and America's "culture of death."
John Kasich said he "held out the hope for a couple years" that Donald Trump would unify the country, but has now become "convinced he can't."
Stacey Abrams still refused to officially concede, saying, "Concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper."
"Scott has toed the line between imprudent campaign-trail rhetoric and problematic state action," said U.S. District Court Judge Mark Walker in his ruling. "But he has not crossed the line."
The ruling came just hours before the 3 p.m. deadline for the statewide recount to be finished.
"When a culture is surrounded by, inundated by, and rewards things that celebrate death—whether it is zombies in television shows, the number of abortions—that we indiscriminately think is just okay."