Roundup: Classic Entrapment

Michelle Obama endorsed Mayor Bloomberg’s soda plan.

Erik Dilan and Nydia Velázquez aren’t big fans of one another.

Charlie Rangel received some “embattled”support.

He said Adriano Espaillat “hasn’t done a damn thing.”

Two advocates in Agudath Israel blasted Ed Towns for his Charles Barron endorsement.Rory Lancman and Grace Meng traded shots over the millionaire’s tax.

David Storobin officially won by 13 votes.

Here are photos of him being sworn inyesterday.

Simcha Felder has a new flyer out.

Kirsten Gillibrand and Jerry Nadler visited Masbia soup kitchen. They’re not alone.

Eric Ulrich snagged the Independence Party line.

Grover Norquist endorsed Wendy Long.

Hakeem Jeffries made his pitch for marijuana policy reform.

Unlike Governor Cuomo, House Democrats will directly support the Senate Democrats.

Bloomberg defended Cuomo over the Times’ casino story.

Ron Kim made his Assembly campaign official.

Gene Berardelli won’t primary Joseph Hayon as he aims to challenge Helene Weinstein.

Gary Johnson supports Cuomo’s marijuana reform effort.

Gay marriage is headed to the Supreme Court.

Officials said a U.S. drone strike killed Al Qaeda’s number two leader.

An immigration protester was “hauled away” from one of Mitt Romney’s campaign events in Texas.

According to Politifact, Mitt Romney tells “pants on fire” lies more often than President Obama.

Equal pay legislation failed to overcome a filibuster in the U.S. Senate.

There’s a prominent recall election in Wisconsin today.

Scott Walker is favored to win.

He pointed to the death of Ronald Reagan to urge people to vote for him.

Democrats are accusing Republicans of “dirty tricks” in the Wisconsin race, while Republicans say the Democrats are just “preparing for a recount.”

Here are some things to watch for with the exit polls.

And some more things to watch in tonight’s California primaries.