FILE - In this March 2, 2010 file photo, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo speaks in New York. Two months before the election, polls show Cuomo with a huge lead in the governor's race, Sen. Charles Schumer cruising to a third term against token opposition and even Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand - an appointee thought to be vulnerable in her first statewide election - far ahead in the polls. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
Cuomo has outlined his ideas to lower taxes and energy costs for businesses in the form of a book, his campaign's third. He announced its release at Synacor Inc., a web portal provider, before heading to a Syracuse industrial facility to promote it there.
The visit on Tuesday came a day after Conservative Party candidate Rick Lazio dropped out of the race, boosting Paladino's chances in a contest some were viewing as a Cuomo walkover.
Paladino, a Buffalo developer and tea party Republican, is campaigning in New York City. The Paladino campaign calls Cuomo's job creation plan "empty promises.''