NYT: Party leaders, after assuming that former Representative Rick A. Lazio of Long Island would coast to victory in the election on Tuesday, find themselves racing to shore up support for their nominee and to beat back an unexpectedly robust challenge from Carl Paladino.
Vito Lopez’s girlfriend and campaign treasurer made nearly $1 million between them working for his non-profit.
Scenes from the last days of the long AG primary.
Al D’Amato on the G.O.P. field lining up against Kirsten Gillibrand: “There was a vacuum, and it has not been filled. I think she is a prohibitive favorite.”
Electronic voting machines are coming.
The WFP backed Cuomo
John Boehner would approve a tax-cuts package, even if it includes no tax cuts for those making over $250,000.
Allies of Mike Bloomberg are trying to convince Andrew Cuomo that Dan Donovan would be a better partner for him than Eric Schneiderman.
And Harry Wilson could back Cuomo.
Sean Coffey called Kathleen Rice and Eric Schneiderman “two spoiled brats.”
Americans are spending more time following the news.
Diane Gordon will get an early release.
Shirley Huntley steered $30,000 to the bogus non-profit of an aide now running for the city council.
The Albany Project likes Sean Coffey and Eric Dinallo; Kathleen Rice, not so much.
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