A Michael Bloomberg-backed candidate in Virginia, Jeannemarie Devolites Davis, lost her race yesterday.
Gun advocates are rejoicing.
The Bloomberg for governor storyline continues.
So do his denials.
Rudy Giuliani’s private firm has a contract with the country of Qatar, reports the Wall Street Journal [subscription].
Bill Clinton’s Swift Boat comments were criticized by Barack Obama and Chris Dodd.
About the New York races yesterday, Nicholas Confessore writes, “In most of those areas where Mr. Spitzer’s licensing proposal moved to the forefront of the campaign, Democrats were able to cauterize the issue by publicly breaking with the governor, harshly criticizing the plan and in some cases threatening to join lawsuits challenging it.”
The driver’s license plan helped make this a more exciting election cycle, according to the Associated Press.
According to ‘man on the street’ interviews conducted by the AP, the driver’s license issue was on voters’ minds.
The whole concept of having Election Day be a holiday is called into question, Grace Rauh writes.
Juan Gonzalez looks at Adolfo Carrion and a local business leader who contributed money to Carrion’s campaign.
SI District Attorney Dan Donovan was re-elected.
The New York Post highlights some Clinton-friendly editing at CNN.
Jim Geraghty at National Review is very optimistic about the G.O.P. in 2008.
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