Roundup: I Outraised My Opponents, Even if My Name Does Look Like ‘Boner’

Mayor Bloomberg held a press event today to announce that the two most popular baby names in the city remained the same.

Randy Altschuler has a relatively blistering ad out against Tim Bishop sitting in his YouTube channel.

Gloria Allred joined the chorus of criticism on Vito Lopez’s taxpayer-funded settlement.

Shelly Silver said he would “welcome” a JCOPE investigation.

Vito Lopez’s replacement will face a test of keeping cohesion among the borough’s council members in order to wield influence on the speaker’s race in 2013.

Some candidates are still seeking to tie their opponent’s to Lopez’s woes.

There are additional connections between David Storobin’s and Dan Halloran’s campaigns.

Wendy Long was endorsed by the head of the NRSC, who states that he believes she can win.

John Boehner said there is “no significant Senate race underway” in New York. He also referred to his problems running in his first election.

He also took a shot at Anthony Weiner’s last name, adding later, “I outraised my opponents, even if my name does look like ‘boner.'”

Louise Slaughter used a photo of her opponent and David Koch to raise campaign cash.

Pete King doesn’t plan to run for higher office.

NYPD shot accuracy is questioned after the Empire State Building shooting.

Kirsten Gillibrand won’t have a primetime speech at the Democratic convention, but she will be featured on the Daily Show.

Mitt Romney’s campaign held a fundraiser on a yacht flying the flag of the Cayman Islands.

Rick Perry would run again in 2016.

Previewing Paul Ryan’s speech tonight.

Make sure to also watch Condi Rice, John Thune, and Mitch McConnell speak.

Sarah Palin claimed Fox cut all of her interviews tonight because she wanted to thank John McCain on his birthday.