DENVER—Bill Perkins, one of the first New York elected officials to endorse Barack Obama, jumped out of his seat and let out an ear-piercing whistle as Hillary Clinton addressed party unity in a speech to the New York delegation this morning.
“I think she hit a home run,” he said when I asked him about Read More
Two uncommitted superdelegates outlined what they see as their role the Democratic nomination and made a plea for an fast end to the contest at a panel in midtown last night.
Put on by DL21C and moderated by NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd, the event hosted Ralph Dawson, a lawyer Read More
Not surprisingly, Assemblyman Adriano Espaillat of Manhattan, who is also Hillary Clinton delegate, wants to see Florida delegates seated at the national convention.
“If I was a Florida voter, I would feel pretty upset,” he told me just now. “And I would find it egregious that the party is telling me that my vote Read More
You may not know Ralph Dawson. But he could be a pivotal player in the Democratic presidential primary. He’s an uncommitted superdelegate from New York—which is rare, since this is Hillary Clinton’s home state.
Dawson, a partner at the law firm, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P., is also the Democratic National Committee member who Read More
Last fall, Gifford put a lot of energy into harnessing the Howard Dean mojo, something he’s clearly hoping will pay off on this campaign.
But the remaining Deaniacs also seem pretty excited about Miller’s sometime rival in the Council, Bill Perkins, and his campaign for Manhattan Borough President.
In April, Perkins received the Read More