Dan Donovan made his pitch to the Asian-American community in Chinatown today and contrasted his record as a prosecutor with that of Eric Schneiderman, who he said has been mired in the muck of Albany for the past 12 years.
Afterwards, Donovan took a few questions from the mostly foreign language local press that was Read More
Even as the political world remains focused on Alan Hevesi’s arrest and Carl Paladino’s upcoming TV appearance, the tight race for attorney general rolls along.
Eric Schneiderman, who has said that he will unveil one policy idea every day before the election, is out with a plan to expand Read More
Mayor Bloomberg waded into the thicket of the attorney general’s race today, praising Republican candidate Dan Donovan as somebody who would be “a spectacular attorney general,” while back-handedly slapping his Democratic opponent, state Senator Eric Schneiderman.
I think [Donovan] would focus on what he needs to do going forward as attorney general, and that is Read More
Atttorney general candidate Eric Schneiderman rolled out his women’s agenda this afternoon.
And, not surprisingly, the first bullet point promises a flexible schedule for working mothers–a not-so-subtle jab at his rival, Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice, who in 2006 who fired a dozen women who were working part-time in her office.
“Eric will never force Read More
Ads are up. Sniping has started. Voters go to the polls in 24 days.
Richard Brodsky: On Saturday, local community events in Brooklyn and the Irish festival in Manhattan. On Sunday, churches in the Bronx, and local community events in Manhattan.
Sean Coffey: On Saturday, attending community Family Days Read More
Richard Brodsky: Street fairs in Manhattan and the Jamaican Festival in Queens on Saturday. On Sunday, churches and the Dominican Day Parade.
Sean Coffey: Attending a festival in Binghamton and the Ulster County Fair on Saturday. Attending church services in Brooklyn on Sunday and campaigning in Long Island and Queens.
Eric Dinallo: The Dominican Day Read More
There are a just a little bit more than six weeks to go before Election Day. Here is how The Democratic contenders for attorney general are spending their weekend:
Richard Brodsky: Hitting street fairs and block parties in Brooklyn and Queens, then heading to the Yiddish Fest in Westchester County. On Sunday, he is slated Read More
It’s the dog days of summer, but it’s also only seven weeks until election day. So how are the five Democrats vying to become the next attorney general spending the weekend?
Richard Brodsky: Marching in the Bronx Dominican Day Parade with Ruben Diaz, Jr. and participating in a City of Water Day at Read More
Eric Schneiderman received the Hotel and Trades Council endorsement this morning on the steps of City Hall and afterwards jabbed Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice over a report in today’s Daily News that she uses a supporter’s aircraft to travel around the state in a move designed to circumvent campaign finance laws.
“Look, Read More
Kathleen Rice sent over a release detailing her plan for a “just New York,” which includes a program to divert all money saved from prison closures into non-violent drug offender rehabilitation programs and reversing the state’s elections laws to allow parolees the right to vote.
“New York has long been the refuge of the oppressed Read More