At the mayor’s state of the city speech earlier this month, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz referred to Michael Bloomberg’s reelection campaign as a “job creation program.”
For New York’s most prominent Democratic consultants and operatives, it’s been nothing less—an acquisition project so far-reaching that it actually threatens to dry up the market in experienced Read More
Tomorrow, a few more Democratic clubs in Manhattan will hold endorsement meetings on a bunch of local races, including the quiet, but incredibly competitive, Surrogate’s Court race in Manhattan.
How competitive is that race? Judging by the hired guns the candidates have, very. (Especially since most folks haven’t even heard of it).
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Here’s another sign that Assemblyman Michael Gianaris is exploring the idea of running for City Council speaker somewhat seriously.
Gianaris’ chief of staff, Michael Sais, is currently on leave from Gianaris’ office and working on Elizabeth Crowley’s campaign for City Council. (Crowley is one of two Democrats running in the special election Read More
One of the city’s most influential lobbying and consulting firms just picked up a key Michael Bloomberg commissioner, Patrick Brennan.
The Parkside Group announced it hired Brennan as a president, adding him to its small but well-connected roster. Brennan was a commissioner for the Community Read More