It seemed reasonable to join the Daily News in May in being a bit suspicious that Karen Hicks, a top field organizer working for Miller, was on payroll solely to gather signatures, a classification that means her salary doesn’t count toward the spending cap.
“We don’t expect her to work on Read More
We initially intended to shut down the comments section entirely, for two reasons. First, the nastiness and digressive stuff was making it hard to read. Second, the guarantee that the subject of a post would be jumped on by anonymice, and nonymice, was dissuading people from telling us stuff.
This Los Angeles blog, Read More
We report today that Eliot is taking an early leap into the Mayor’s race, with an endorsement of Freddy Ferrer slated for this spring.
Our read is that “the Attorney General’s embrace of the former Bronx Borough President will likely be the single most important endorsement of the Mayor’s race Read More
Cindy Adams we are not, so fortunately for our blogging career, New York is the site of very few political parties like the Glover Park Group‘s Soho House celebration last night.
On the boldface names front, Senator Clinton was poised and apparently unfazed by the Chertoff Read More