While decrying the story, McCain is using it to raise money.
Hillary Clinton gets a superdelegate in Texas.
Barack Obama is already eyeing the general election, according to a TechPresident analysis of an online ad.
Michael Bloomberg’s use of the word “fraud” to describe the unofficial, faulty Super Tuesday results from the city Board of Elections is getting lots of attention in lots of very different places, as illustrated here and here and here.
One blogger puts Bloomberg at the top of his Dream Team for the next administration, with Paul Krugman at the Treasury.
Liz welcomes the return of negative campaigning in the 48th state Senate District race upstate.
In Brooklyn, more pressure on superdelegates.
Senate Republicans, for some reason, are getting ready to party.
A political cartoonist in Queens makes a role model of Bloomberg.
Anthony Weiner said he’s happy the city has changed its tune and is now supporting ferry service.
The Amsterdam News, which endorsed Hillary Clinton, runs an article saying, “The media has been the megaphone of the attacks coming from the Clinton campaign.”
There’s a web fight in the 21st congressional district.
The head of an umbrella group of unions supporting Obama wants Clinton out of the race.
And the picture above is from the governor’s freshly designed web site, which launched today.