Where are they now?
Joyce Johnson, a longtime governmental and political hand who in came third place in the race to unseat Charlie Rangel this year, said in a brief interview with The Politicker last night that she is gearing up to run again in 2012.
“I am going to start earlier, and do a better job organizing and Read More
Austin Fenner, a former New York Post reporter now suing the newspaper over unfair employment practices, has landed a gig as an aide to Joyce Johnson, the former Seagram’s exec and former Obama campaign field director who is now challenging Charlie Rangel for Congress.
“As you know, journalism jobs are shrinking and as Read More
This will be the last word on the Rangel presser today, but the congressman was asked by Azi Paybarah of WNYC if he planned to debate his primary opponents. What followed was a long, Rangelian digression on his opponents.
I have yet to hear of one. And none of my opponents have said anything unkind Read More
A new poll out by Public Policy Polling portends trouble for embattled Harlem congressman Charlie Rangel.
The poll shows Rangel getting less than 40 percent of the vote in a five-way race for the Democratic nomination, with challengers Adam Clayton Powell IV garnering 21 percent, Joyce Johnson at 7 percent, Jonathan Tasini at Read More