Roundup: Fidler’s Suit; Congressional Endorsements; Looking to 2016

Grace Meng received her own endorsements today.

The Assembly Democrats want the judge to dismiss a redistricting lawsuit against their map.

Lew Fidler has a fraud lawsuit against David Storobin’s campaign.

Grace Meng was endorsed by the Italian-American PAC.

Liz Crowley pulled some of her campaign money from her City Council committee.

Nydia Velázquez and Charlie Rangel were endorsed by the Working Families Party as well.

The budget wasn’t an extremely exciting one.

Governor Cuomo gained power in it though.

Chuck Schumer said it would be extremely activist to strike down health care reform.

Nelson Castro expects a primary challenger.

Steve Cymbrowitz’s 2010 opponent, Joseph Hayon, hasn’t made up his mind yet.

Vince Morgan is “a beacon of light in New York politics.”

Roy McDonald continued losing GOP support.

Sean Patrick Maloney was invited to a DCCC event.

The DCCC &  other groups keep hyping cheap ad campaigns.

Wendy Long made a medical technology argument against Kirsten Gillibrand.

There was a community board dispute with Councilwoman Margaret Chin.

Furniture was found to be missing at Carl Kruger’s office.

On the presidential race:

Bill Clinton would be cool with Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Others are in support of the idea as well.

Chris Christie visited Israel, fueling 2016 talk.

Mitt Romney may sweep tomorrow’s elections.

He was asked questions about Mormonism.

Roundup: Fidler’s Suit; Congressional Endorsements; Looking to 2016