Elsewhere: Polls, Spinsters, Integrity, Ferrer

 Elsewhere: Polls, Spinsters, Integrity, Ferrer

Political Arithmetik looks at poll numbers since British officials foiled the airline terror plot and finds not much has changed.

“In polls taken since the British terror plot against airlines, five of the seven polls have shown a reduced Democratic advantage…Interestingly, the post-plot polling does not show any evidence for an upturn in overall presidential approval.”

Although Democrats gained ground in a number of Senate races, Republicans are on pace to retain their majority, according to Zogby poll numbers on WSJ.

Greg Sargent catches a Washington Post reporter wondering how exactly to cover people who constantly lie to him.

The Ethics Commission reports that there is no problem with the state attorney general sitting on the board of his family’s trust fund.

A professor at Fordham thinks blacks in Brooklyn’s 11th have to learn to vote strategically.

The Integrity Party hands in their petitions to the Suffolk Board of Elections.

And, as you can see from the picture above, Fernando Ferrer is back, and endorsing Hiram Monserrate.

Azi Paybarah