The Justice Department will send federal officials to observe Congressional primary elections tomorrow in Queens and the Hudson Valley.
“A court of shameless partisans.”
Lee Kindlon used the words of his Democratic primary opponent, Albany County DA David Soares, against him.
Sen. Neil Breslin’s primary opponent, Albany County Legislator Shawn Morse, says there should be no legislative pay raise without an increase in the hourly minimum wage.
Sandra Lee scored two wins in the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
She also is reportedly entertaining offers to represent two different cosmetics brands.
Paterson defended Rep. Charlie Rangel against a Super PAC (the Campaign for Primary Accountability) he says is “ is threatening our democracy and should have no place in the race.”
Does Rangel have a hidden advantage in tomorrow’s NY-13 primary? National Journal’s Scott Bland thinks so.
Sen. Adriano Espaillat thinks his primary opponent, Clyde Williams, should run for the Assembly.
NYC Councilman Charles Barron: “I knew Tupac (Shakur) as a 10-year-old, and he wrote some poetry to me then. He was very sincere, very secure.”
Actual NY-8 lit: “Charles Barron Hates You.”
…and there’s more where that came from.
Retiring Rep. Ed Towns’ endorsement of Barron may have been more of a curse than a blessing.
Critics of a proposed waste transfer station on the East River waterfront slapped NYC with another lawsuit, accusing Bloomberg of underestimating the total amount of garbage that will be deposited at the site.
The perfect way to celebrate your wedding, birthday or anniversary: Ask for campaign contributions to Obama in lieu of gifts.
Bill O’Reilly turns to Rudyard Kipling to help tout his client – and US Senate hopeful – Rep. Bob Turner.
Ravi Batra and David Grandeau engaged in a war of words over whether or not JCOPE spokesman John Milgrim (gram?) is an “expletive.”
New York paid more than $1.9 million in interest for late payments to vendors during the 2011-12 fiscal year – an increase of 38 percent from the previous year – according to state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.
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