Albany sheriff who pursued groping charges against Cuomo drops state Senate bid

The Albany lawman known for unsuccessfully pursuing groping charges against disgraced ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo is dropping plans to run for the state Senate.

 “I hoped to be a voice for moderate voters who had felt they needed a stronger voice in New York. However after exploring this opportunity I’m drawn back to the goal I have always set for myself and my kids which is ‘find a job you love, and you will never work a day in your life,’” Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple said in a Facebook post Wednesday. 

The national limelight fell on Apple, a Democrat, last year when he pursued a misdemeanor case

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