The Times likes Hillary Clinton where she is, saying in an endorsement that “It seems as if in the Senate, Mrs. Clinton has found her true calling.”
Iowa is less enthusiastic about her.
At a recent fund-raiser in Manhattan, Hillary Clinton named several Democrats nationwide she’s trying Read More
Well-funded Republican attacks on Hillary Clinton haven’t materialized yet, even though lots of out-of-state money are affecting New York elections.
Governor Pataki has “previous commitments upstate” and won’t be attending the fundraiser he’s hosting for Jeanine Pirro tonight.
Alan Hevesi and Christopher Callaghan will debate when?
Jeanine Pirro and Read More
Jeanine Pirro’s friend says the Post story about her sticking with Al Pirro because he pays for her $15,000-a-month lifestyle is crap.
“If she divorced Al, she’d get 50 percent of his net worth, which is about $12 million.”
The Alan Hevesi chauffeur scandal gets some traction…with two upstate Read More
Right after Alan Hevesi apologized for not reimbursing the state for having an employee act as a personal chauffeur, one of his government staffers was caught recording the speech of his political opponent, Christopher Callaghan. “Now that you’ve pointed it out to me – I didn’t realize it – I’ll pay for that Read More
Jeanine Pirro, the Republican candidate for New York State Attorney General, had just gotten through explaining to a reporter that her campaign is “going great,” when she was faced with a question that she probably hears more often than she’d like.
Asked, in an interview last Friday at her White Plains headquarters, whether she’s ever Read More
From the AP: Albert Pirro issued a statement late Monday afternoon that did not deny the report, but said ”any private conversations I have had were solely intended to support Jeanine’s political aspirations.”
All in all, a banner day for one Fredric Uberall Dicker.
UPDATE: Here are their full statements.
A reader who thinks that
Pirro’s support against an unnamed Democrat dropped by eight points, or about a third, with the following message:
“Westchester District Attorney Jeanine Pirro wants to be our Attorney General, but New Yorkers just can’t trust her. Pirro’s husband, a lobbyist, was convicted of federal tax evasion and conspiracy, and Read More
Jeanine Pirro’s most formidable opponent in the GOP scuffling prior to the ’06 Senate race may be the Daily News’s resident mob expert, Greg B. Smith, a guy under whose byline no public official wants to see his or her name.
In Sunday’s story on the bang-up jobs mobbed-up contractors are doing on Read More
Back in 1984, Jeanine Ferris Pirro, then an assistant district attorney in Westchester, tried a child sexual-abuse case.
It was one of many that her new bureau of the D.A.’s office would try involving the abuse of minors; in this case, her two clients were a 9-year-old boy and an 81¼2-year-old girl whom, Ms. Pirro’s Read More
The Post’s Robert George (who else!) has the clearest discussion yet, on his blog, of the parallels being drawn between Al Pirro and Bill Clinton:
“Jeanine Pirro has a ‘husband problem.’ Hillary Clinton does not. It might be different in other parts of the country, but New York voters don’t equate a felony Read More