Bill Clinton is reincarnated.
The chairman of the Working Families Party wants to bet that his party will get more votes than the Conservative Party.
Ben notes that so far, no evidence has surfaced to prove that the Republican robo-calls made in a some close congressional races here are illegal.
Josh Marshall thinks otherwise.
Rick Santorum had a contentious interview with NPR.
John Sweeney isn’t hiding. He’s campaigning in Home Depot.
Early and Often explains why Jeanine Pirro is down in the polls and Alan Hevesi is up.
Maybe it worked. Perhaps all the sympathy people just couldn’t work up for Jeanine Pirro goes to our besieged and embattled state numbers guy.
The Fix has a list of the top 10 campaign commercials.
ReformNY defends fusion voting.
On the eve of a landslide victory in New York and Washington, Daily Gotham posts a list of Democratic Ideals.
And above is Jeanine Pirro, once the GOP’s brightest star, talking to a supporter while her mother, Esther Ferris, [in black] speaks with another. When I asked Ferris about her daughter’s campaign, she said, “I’m very proud of her. She’s my hero.”
— Azi Paybarah