Republicans everywhere are on the defensive about Iraq, a development that is bound to have a big impact on the GOP incumbents fighting for survival here in New York.
Eliot Spitzer and John Faso favor very, very different approaches to tax policy.
Jeanine Pirro threatened a Republican for supporting a Democrat.
Tonight’s Alfred E. Smith Dinner at the Waldorf creates a seating nightmare for party planners.
Mike Bloomberg said the city has already paid its fair share of the CFE school funding decision, which is a different position than Eliot Spitzer has taken.
Tom Reynolds is optimistic about his own re-election and Republican’s chances of keeping the House.
John Sweeney asked congress how he should report his 2001 trip a Pacific island paid for by a lobbyist working for Jack Abramoff.
Sue Kelly doesn’t plan on attending many debates with her opponent.
John Maine is a hero, just as our John Koblin said he would be.
And the AP Daybook has a majestic typo:
City Council Speaker Christine Queen and Irish leaders calling for finalizing Northern Ireland peace process; steps of City Hall.
— Azi Paybarah