Who Can Possibly Replace Anthony Weiner?

It’s unclear when the special election for New York’s Ninth Congressional District will take place, but with each passing day, the list of prospective candidates for the vacant seat seems to grow.

There are a few factors to keep in mind when considering who makes sense for the seat, and who doesn’t. Read More

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Anyone of the Democ”RATS” will do.

    But you never know maybe a Republ-I-CAN will “WIN”

    Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

  2. ConcernedQnz says:

    “The former Queens Borough President… has been independent from the county‚Äôs formidable political machine”

    Not true, she is very much at the center of it. Parkside Group. Look it up.. look at the players and whose involved. If you don’t have the Parkside Group on your side you don’t get elected.

  3. [...] sent a picture of his junk to the entire Twitterverse. What you might not know is that NY-9 is the second most conservative district in New York. In fact, Weiner’s last challenger got 41% of the vote, which is pretty good against an [...]

  4. [...] sent a picture of his junk to the entire Twitterverse. What you might not know is that NY-9 is the second most conservative district in New York. In fact, Weiner’s last challenger got 41% of the vote, which is pretty good against an [...]