ALBANY, N.Y. -- Three women running three major cities in New York State hold a forum on governing at Albany Law School.
The panel included, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan, Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepson, and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren.
The women each gave their views on women's roles in politics and government.
As Albany's first woman in the mayor's office, Kathy Sheehan says it is a great network of support.
"It's really an exciting time to be mayor, to be a woman mayor in upstate New York. People are interested to see our leadership style, how we talk about issues, what our approach is. I think that curiosity is a great thing," said Kathy Sheehan, Albany Mayor.
Sheehan and Lovely Warren are both graduates as Albany Law School.