John Edwards says it’s tough to make the math work for Clinton.
A California superdelegate is selling his vote for $20 million.
A pro-Clinton blogger labels links to what she calls the "Hillary Clinton Defense Fund."
A local education blog moves on to Clinton ’12.
Obama says the race isn’t over.
Jonathan Martin doesn’t think support for Republican candidates other than John McCain is that big a deal.
Here’s the R.N.C.’s anti-Obama web site.
Democrats note that, while here, McCain is passing by some New York landmarks he didn’t want to fund with federal dollars.
Jay DeDapper thinks a quick exit by Vito Fossella followed by a special election victory could give Republicans at least one thing to brag about heading into November.
In what The Hill calls Fossella’s "only break" so far, he he will not have to be in court on Monday.
The Staten Island Advance is "comparing political bad boys": Eliot Spitzer, Vito Fossella and Bill Clinton.
Commenter mom2weatherkids watches Azi’s Fossella video and notes that he is not numerically specific when saying he is "blessed to be the father of some very, very beautiful children."
Kirsten Gillibrand promotes her opposition to Eliot Spitzer’s drivers license proposal.
David Soares is raising money.
A pro-development blog takes issue with today’s New York Times story about Willets Point.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wrote back to Assemblywoman RoAnn Destito about a proposed giant power line.
Regulated rents are going up.
Con Ed wants to raise rates again.
Richard Brodsky has a new plan for the West Side rail yards.