From the Capital Tonight morning memo, the second item:

Shortly after The New York Times posted its editorial urging a “no” vote on the amendment to expand casino gambling in New York, Cuomo aide Howard Glaser took to Twitter to push back.

“Attn NYT: Md casinos recruit for jobs paying 44-55K…apparently NYT editors think those jobs beneath them so no one else should have,” wrote Glaser, who is Cuomo’s point man for the casino amendment.

“Attn NYT: “Isolated” Southern Tier of NYS is home to Cornell, Binghamton U, Fortune 500 company Corning, and hundreds of thousands NYer,” he wrote in another tweet.

But it’s not just the Times editorial board that has knocked the proposal.

Jewish community weeklikes Der Yid and Der Blatt, along with Di Tzeitung, have written articles critical of the casino amendment.

One of the regions slated for casino development includes the Catskills, which has a growing Orthodox community that has voted as a bloc on major issues.