Internet, Horse Racing, Education

Eliot and Silda Wall Spitzer announce the creation of a council to look into getting access to broadband internet across the state. [N.Y. State Governor]

There’s another G.O.P. candidate for Mike Ferguson’s New Jersey congressional seat. [PolitickerNJ]

The State Commission of Investigation issued a subpoena to a N.Y.R.A. consultant. [Times-Union]

The National Education Association in New Hampshire endorses Hillary Clinton and Mike Huckabee. [AP]

Assemblyman Dov Hikind may run for the council seat of his longtime friend Simcha Felder. [City Room]

John Riley has some questions about what Andrew Cuomo said in today’s New York Times article. [Spin Cycle]

Obama releases an ad that recalls the inspirational rhetoric for which he was first celebrated as a national political figure. [YouTube]

Giuliani is the only candidate to say he is opposed to ‘sanctuary cities’. [The Next American City]

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