Governor Andrew Cuomo is already leading in the polls among women, but he's looking to pick up even more female votes on a new ballot line.
Cuomo will appear on the Women's Equality Party line when it makes its debut in
this year's gubernatorial election.
The party will focus on women’s issues including abortion rights.
Cuomo's Republican challenger Rob Astorino is also running on the "Stop Common Core" ballot line in addition to being the GOP candidate.
Cuomo's running mate Kathy Hochul is set to officially introduce the Women's Equality Party later today.
Hochul will also appear tonight on NY1's "Inside City Hall" at 7 and 10 p.m. for her first TV interview since becoming the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor.