Newsday’s John Riley think it’s “just wonderful” the way Eliot Spitzer “thinks it’s OK to diverge 177 degrees from the truth” and “thinks the solution to critical press coverage is to cut off reporters who write it?”
George Pataki will open an office in Iowa this week followed by one in New Hampshire soon.
Andrew Cuomo gets endorsed by a group representing 20,000 law enforcement agents.
Tom Suozzi has more than $500,000 left in the bank, which makes Michael Cooper think that maybe “we will have him to kick around.”
A dead parakeet was once sent to Alan Hevesi, providing part of the excuse for his use of that state employee as a chauffeur. Hevesi said he’ll repay the state $82,000 for the driver.
New York Magazine’s new blog, Early and Often, writes, “In another state, John Faso would be the guy with money.”
Mark Green goes on NY1 tonight.
Oprah endorses Barack Obama.
And Alan Hevesi’s opponent, Christopher Callaghan, poses by a window.
— Azi Paybarah