The ring around the race card in the attorney general race has devolved into a rapid-fire exchange of accusatory press releases, each with the hackneyed notion that actions speak louder than words when it comes to diversity.
This morning, Staten Island DA Dan Donovan responded to accusations of a weak response to a series Read More
Eric Schneiderman is out today with a comprehensive, almost Cuomo-esque policy agenda that runs 60 pages and is over 22,500 words long.
The plan, called, “A Blueprint for Economic Fairness, Social Justice & Real Reform in New York State,” features an expansive vision for an office that has grown in mandate and prominence since Eliot Read More
Sean Coffey is about to announce the endorsement of three major gets from Brooklyn: Congressman Ed Towns, Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, and City Councilwoman Diana Reyna.
The three represent the first major endorsements for Coffey of the campaign, and represent a concerted push by the Coffey campaign to enter the top tier of candidates in the 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
In Other News
The Amsterdam News, the city’s century old African-American newspaper, is just out with a story today entitled, “Surveying New York’s Political Landscape,” which runs through the various statewide races this year.
The most interesting part is midway down, when writers Cyril Josh Barker and Stephon Johnson get to the attorney general’s race, and seem Read More