Morning Read: Duane’s Pick; The Governor & Genting; Watching Wisconsin

Tom Duane said he hopes Brad Hoylman runs for his seat.

Adriano Espaillat is set to get his first big union endorsement.

Gambling interests have been financially supportive of Governor Cuomo’s agenda.

A congressional debate without Hakeem Jeffries wasn’t that exciting.

Ed Towns and Charles Barron have a “long, bitter history.”

Al Sharpton said stop-and-frisk is the new racial profiling.

Dean Skelos said his conference is reviewing Cuomo’s marijuana legislation.

Mayor Bloomberg is fully supportive of the measure.

The New York Post expressed skepticism.

New Yorkers are split on the sizable soda ban.

NY1: “What do New Yorkers say? ‘Fuhgetaboutit.’”

Drinking soda is good for you.

Council Members munched on junk food while debating the issue.

The Daily News isn’t really sure if David Storobin won.

And said the outer-borough street hail plan should be set aside.

Some Queens residents are disappointed that Cuomo’s convention talks have sputtered.

Charles Hynes has behaved oddly in regards to Orthodox cases in the past.

Crown Heights officials would like Borough Park’s new security camera program too.

Toby Ann Stavisky and David Weprin argued for Punjabi materials at the Board of Elections.

A blogger opposed to Joseph Hayon’s assembly bid is focused on his state senate candidacy.

Bill Clinton and President Obama campaigned together in New York last night.

Obama is spending $10 million on his new ad attacking Romney’s gubernatorial record.

Everyone is excited about Wisconsin’s recall vote today.

Even Staten Island.

Despite labor being the raison d’être for the recall vote, labor issues have been set aside.

Obama didn’t campaign for the Democratic candidate there, but he did tweet.