According to this Times article, you'd think it was New York City, not Albany, the way a lot of state-level politicians act these days.
This would be a harder trick to pull in Pennsylvania, I'd imagine, even with the former mayor of Philadelphia as governor these days, since you have the counterbalances of Pittsburgh at one end and Philly at the other. But still, it would be interesting to see a comparison of the states in these terms.
Is Gov. Rendell prone to long Philly stays?