Roundup: Tweeting At The Man; 32BJ Wades In; Christie 2016

Storobin supporters rallied outside Fidler's office today.

The state legislative districts were submitted to the Department of Justice for preclearance.

Kevin Parker had some controversial tweets.

And kept at it.

Charlie Rangel asked colleagues for help.

Rory Lancman and Hakeem Jeffries were endorsed by SEIU 32BJ.

Jeffries and Adriano Espaillat won’t rule out running for reelection.

Tom Allon weighed in further on the John Liu saga.

Ed Koch won’t punish lawmakers who broke their redistricting pledge.

Dan Halloran isn’t kosher with it though.

Contrary to what Page Six reported, Governor Cuomo is not hanging out in Florida.

Michael Grimm is doing robocalls all over the place.

Jeffries raised money off of stop-and-frisk.

Every race will be contested in Staten Island.

Elizabeth Crowley officially received her firefighter’s union endorsement.

Marty Markowitz said the Sheepshead Bay Mosque might violate zoning laws.

The ballots may have suggested Dov Hikind voted for Lew Fidler.

Hikind denied this.

Denny Farrell dished the truth.

Mayor Bloomberg had another social media moment.

Joblessness continues to climb in New York City.

Budget cuts spurred multiple City Hall protests.

Jack McEneny bid his farewell.

Reshma Saujani hung out with Joe Crowley.

On the presidential race:

Chris Christie hinted at 2016.

Mitt Romney is on track to win Wisconsin.

Nicolle Wallace said a female pick for vice president is less likely in the post-Palin era.

Romney is connected to pink slime.

Scott Stringer weighed in.

Roundup: Tweeting At The Man; 32BJ Wades In; Christie 2016