You don’t fool us, National Republican Senatorial Committee.
A spokesman for Congressman Tim Bishop reached out to The Politicker today after we posted a story about how Randy Altschuler was gearing up for
The congressional newspaper Roll Call is out with a report today saying that Randy Altschuler is gearing up for another run against Tim Bishop in New York’s 1st Congressional District out on Long Island.
Altschuler lost to Bishop by fewer than 600 votes; it was the last race decided in the country and for Read More
Brooklyn State Senator Carl Kruger surrendered to authorities only this morning, but already the talk in political circles is over who will replace him.
In several conversations with Brooklyn pols and political insiders the names that emerge most frequently are City Council member Lew Fidler and Igor Oberman, an administrative law judge who works part Read More
City Comptroller John Liu is slated to appear at a public forum entitled “Why Are We Funding Low-Wage Jobs” at the Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker Education this afternoon that labor and progressive groups hope kicks off a major effort to create a living wage standard for city projects.
Earlier this week, Christine Quinn announced Read More