Weekend Roundup: Challenging Velázquez; DiFiore Facing Fire; The Real Romney

romney snl Weekend Roundup: Challenging Velázquez; DiFiore Facing Fire; The Real Romney

Jason Sudeikis as Mitt Romney on SNL last night.

Gatemouth advanced his second theory of vote splitting in the race against Nydia Velázquez.

Velázquez hired BerlinRosen and Eddy Castell.

The results of four Council Members’ participatory budgeting experiment are in.

Westchester D.A. Janet DiFiore is facing scrutiny in her handling of police cases.

Erik Dilan was interviewed on The Perez Notes.

As was Joyce Johnson.

Louis Slaughter is back in Rochester.

The New York Post posited Mayor Bloomberg blinked in his teachers union negotiations.

Cardinal Dolan said the president’s contraception policy is “intruding into the life of faith.”

NBC fired a producer who edited George Zimmerman’s call to make it sound even worse.

The New York Times wants online voter registration.

The New York Daily News doesn’t like the ACLU.

Or the Taxi of Tomorrow.

The Post suggested President Obama is running for Prime Minister of Canada.

The Real Hasidim of New York are coming to reality television.

RIP Mike Wallace.

On the presidential race:

Headline: “On Jobs, Obama and Romney Argue Over Fullness of the Glass”

The Times profiled Mitt Romney’s body man.

Rick Santorum will officially campaign next week.

Newt Gingrich’s excuses for not dropping out are getting increasingly bizarre.

Romney has a problem with female voters.

Saturday Night Live portrayed him as fake.

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