Hotline reports Kevin Sheekey, Chung Seto, Emily Giske, Gigi Georges and others met today to discuss bringing the 2008 Democratic convention to NYC. Hotline also reports that some people “suggest that Sen. Hillary Clinton wouldn’t want to hold her nominating convention in her home state. But that concern is not widely shared among Democrats close to Sen. Clinton.”
The meeting was at 1:30 in City Hall I’m told.
Adam Nagourney looks at results from three key states that had primaries yesterday: Rhode Island, Maryland and Arizona.
There are 30 days to comment on a list of pork projects coming out of Albany.
Ben Smith thinks there is something to be learned from the primaries with respect to the Atlantic Yards Project:
The lesson for officials close to the project is that they’re not going to get any votes for supporting the project, even if that’s the majority’s vaguely-held opinion; but they will get some motivated enemies.
Eliot Spitzer’s spokeswoman explains why he spoke to CEOs and industry leaders on Day 1 of his general election.
Jerry Skurnik explains why there are no recounts in New York.
And pictured above is Eliot Spitzer and Andrew Cuomo because, well, why not?
— Azi Paybarah