Weekend Roundup: Katz for Queens; Cooling on Quinn; Too Many Obama Emails

Melinda Katz is planning a run for Queens Borough President.

The Queens Tribune laid out which races to watch on September 13th.

A Grenadian-American legislator was unconvinced by the decrease in stop-and-frisks.

Lawmakers, especially those not facing competitive reelections, still spend campaign cash rather freely.

Hakeem Jeffries formally endorsed Walter Mosley for his State Assembly seat.

Rafael Espinal said he’ll win in a landslide.

The New York Times endorsed paid sick day legislation, while the Daily News endorsed never talking about it again.

Mayor Bloomberg isn’t as excited about Mayor Quinn as he once was.

John Boehner took a swing through Upstate New York this weekend, where he supported Maggie Brooks and Ann Marie-Buerkle.

Josh Nathan-Kazis discussed Governor Cuomo’s special education veto on Capital Tonight.

Mayor Bloomberg’s new press secretary, Marc La Vorgna, explained the city’s new partnership with Goldman Sachs on Inside City Hall.

The New York Post endorsed Bloomberg’s lawsuit against prevailing wage legislation.

Nydia Velázquez still opposes Vito Lopez.

President Obama is investing early and spending heavily.

Obama will win unless Mitt Romney is especially lucky.

Romney definitely needs Colorado, and his campaign is aware of that.

Both campaigns are focused on nine states.

Paul Ryan is the right pick for Romney.

Harry Reid’s blistering attacks on Romney, explained.

Obama sends too many fundraising emails.