Dean Upstate, Clinton’s New Ads

Howard Dean spoke to Monroe County Democrats last night. [WXXI

John McCain has a new policy for his staff. [Politico

Hillary Clinton released new ads for Kentucky and Oregon. [YouTube]

Robert Harding tallies how the New York congressional delegation voted on the new G.I. Bill. [Albany Project

Filmmaker Brett Story makes five-minute documentary about the potential redevelopment of Willets Point. [Blip.tv

The Brooklyn Optimist is running for office. [The Brooklyn Optimist]

Sheldon Silver protested Michael Bloomberg’s cuts to education this morning. [City Hall Insider]

The company that wants to build a controversial power line through the state makes an effort to get some decent publicity. [Evening Sun

Jonathan Martin considers the double standard of making fun of someone’s age. [Politico]

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