Elsewhere: Underdogs, Three Men

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A source at RNN says they’ll announce at 8 p.m. their endorsements Hillary, Eliot Spitzer, Mark Green and former rocker turned-congressional candidate, John Hall. Do other TV stations make endorsements?

Green got criticized by the Working Families Party, and puts out a critical ad of, who else!, Andrew Cuomo.

Streetsblog gets a hold of a letter from Dan Doctoroff and reads into it some significant policy shifts.

This poll of mostly rich white homeowners on The Brownstowner has David Yassky and Chris Owens basically tied in the 11th, Charles Barron leading Ed Towns in the 10th and Bill Batson beating Hakeem Jeffries for Assembly.

Tom Suozzi says he’s fighting the good fight like the webbed-wonder, Spiderman.

Ten journalists got paid by the federal government to undermine another government, proving that there is money in the news business.

About that ABC movie stuff: Former 9/11 Commission member Bob Kerrey said if President Clinton was distracted from dealing with terrorism, he wasn’t alone. “Members of Congress who focused on impeachment bear some significant responsibility,” he tells Greg Sargent.

Another well-paid newsman, Rupert Murdoch, has a $50,000 pad on Park Avenue that is paid for by his company.

The Real Estate thinks that the new plans for Ground Zero look like old plans.

My old colleague at The Sun is looking to crash some upcoming fundraisers and parties.

Follow the Leader discusses the upcoming football season.

And pictured above is a book from a former State Senator due out the day after the primary. Room 8 excerpts a review.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Underdogs, Three Men