From the Village Voice:
Andrew Cuomo, New York's likely next governor, has made it known that fellow Democratic office seekers should sign onto a single-page pledge to reform Albany if they expect to win his endorsement for this fall's election. But only two of his hopeful AG successors, Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice and attorney Sean Coffey, have chosen to do so, and there is similar hesitation elsewhere on the ticket.
From the sound of things, Cuomo may not have an easy go at collecting endorsements from the other candidates on the statewide Democratic ticket either. New York's two sitting senators were noncommittal when their offices were contacted by the Voice.
[Comptroller Tom] DiNapoli's dodging may mean his allegiance lies with Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, also a Democrat but whom Cuomo has clearly targeted in his call to reform Albany. "I don't sign anybody's pledge," Silver told the media in response to the challenge.