A bit more about the man tapped to run the country’s largest school system. Before entering City Hall with Bloomberg in 2002, Dennis Walcott was a recognized figure in city politics, joining a lawsuit to block fare hikes by the MTA, and appearing on NY1 to discuss, among other things, civil disobedience and police brutality. Read More
Democratic attorney general candidate Sean Coffey tells supporters he and his wife are investing their money into their campaign “with you.” Which is one way to put it.
Here’s his letter to supporters:
I am deeply grateful to you for your generosity over the last six months of my campaign. Together, we Read More
Democratic Rep. Mike McMahon’s campaign bashed his leading Republican opponent for not filing his campaign finance information with the FEC by yesterday’s deadline.
“Maybe his missing of deadlines is a sign of his political inexperience, but a guy who says he is a numbers guy and a former FBI agent, should know better than to Read More
City Council Member Liz Crowley’s campaign was fined $1,325 for taking too much money from donors, and for taking money from corporate donors, which is barred by law.