Not the work of Kevin Sheekey.
Before the commercial, the students who made it are seen in a car, talking straight to the camera, noting Bloomberg is “hella big” and also “likes weed.” Not really and not exactly.
If Media Matters doesn’t knock down the ad in a few Read More
One day after Howard Wolfson arrived at City Hall, the administration announced Kevin Sheekey is leaving.
To spend more time at Bloomberg L.P.
Here’s the announcement:
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced that Kevin Sheekey, who served as Deputy Mayor for Government Affairs during his second term, will leave City Read More
In an interview with New York Family, Kevin Sheekey finds a way to remain mysterious.
“First of all, I’d say that I’m home for dinner every night, and Robin would tell you I’m never home for dinner. So given that, the truth is probably in between.” Read More
I’m also hearing that Cuomo 2010 is in talks to hire Patrick Brennan, the labor operative who worked on two of Michael Bloomberg’s campaigns.
Brennan previously worked for 1199, and did some traveling around the country for a certain covert Kevin Sheekey project.
Brennan did not return email or phone Read More
ALBANY—Percy Sutton’s funeral, or State of the State?
That is the question, which officials have answered with either their presence or absence at the Capitol today–David Paterson, who will give the speech, is managing to do both by miracle of a State Police helicopter.
Michael Bloomberg is not here, but I ran into Read More
A few people noticed that among the mayoral aides on stage for the inauguration Friday, one of the most notable among them was missing: Kevin Sheekey.
There’s been talk that Sheekey, the architect of Bloomberg’s oddly plausible presidential campaign, would be even more bored with another four years Read More
Michael Bloomberg has said he removed politics from government. Not so easy to do, though.
From the New York Times:
In the days after the mayor had emerged, victorious, but badly bruised, from his fight to rewrite the city’s term limits law, Mr. Bloomberg and his three top deputies, Edward Skyler, Patricia E. Read More
David Chen is up with a story saying the relationship between Jon Corzine and Michael Bloomberg – Wall Street guys who entered politics at the same time – has become strained.
“I was at a dinner party with him, maybe, two months ago,” Bloomberg told reporters at Union Square this afternoon, when asked Read More
ALBANY—Dan French, one of the Democrats talked about as a potential candidate for the seat expected to be vacated by John McHugh, has one built-in base of support: fellow alumni of the late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
"I think anybody in the Moynihan world who knows Dan and worked with Dan Read More
Al Sharpton had just stepped out of a meeting with Barack Obama.
It was January 2007, and he was down in the Obama Senate office during a trip to Washington to meet with a number of Democratic presidential contenders. Mr. Obama had been almost uncannily pitch-perfect, Mr. Sharpton thought, hitting every talking Read More