A confident Bill de Blasio brushed off suggestions that the Democratic nomination is in limbo, telling reporters this afternoon that he’s moving full steam ahead, regardless of the final outcome of the mayoral race’s count.
“I don’t feel like I’m in limbo,” declared Mr. de Blasio, speaking to reporters at a lively rally in Brooklyn celebrating a judge’s ruling to keep Long Island College Hospital open indefinitely, to supporters’ enthusiastic applause.
“Can I ask the audience, ‘Do I look like a guy in limbo?’” he asked them.
Mayor Bloomberg took time out at his first news conference this morning to say a few words about his daughter Georgina who was injured in a horse-riding accident yesterday.
Bloomberg said his daughter was currently getting an MRI scan and may have cracked a vertebrae. She was knocked unconcious by the fall.
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A major question in New York politics is how much fusion voting–the ability to vote for a favored candidate on a minor party line–matters to the overall result. In other words, are voters who are checking their ballot for Andrew Cuomo on the Working Families Party line just disaffected Democrats who would support Cuomo regardless, Read More
The Carl Paladino video is out, and after going over his fight with New York Post reporter Fred Dicker, he turns to policy. Take a look: Read More