'The last straw.' Sen. Shelley Mayer calls for Gov. Cuomo’s resignation

Sen. Shelley Mayer is calling for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign amid charges that he sexually harassed numerous women.
Mayer (Democrat - 37th District) says it is time for Cuomo to leave office. “Yesterday’s allegation of groping was, frankly, for me, the last straw. Sadly, these allegations come on top of the apparently intentional withholding of information on nursing home deaths and safety in construction issues on the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. I do not see how the State of New York can be led during this crisis by this Governor.”
Mayer went on to say she appreciates the courage of the women to come forward to speak out about sexual harassment. “Their voices must be heard and taken seriously. The Governor’s ‘apology’ to date is insufficient and legally irrelevant to the charge of sexual harassment at work."  
The Times Union of Albany reported that the woman, who was not identified, was alone with Cuomo when he closed the door, reached under her shirt and fondled her. The newspaper's reporting is based on an unidentified source with direct knowledge of the woman's accusation. The governor had summoned her to the Executive Mansion in Albany, saying he needed help with his cellphone, the newspaper reported.  
The governor has denied all these allegations. His office sent a statement to News 12 last night calling this latest report gut-wrenching. The governor says he is confident in the result of the attorney general's report on the allegations.