The Conservative Party’s annual conference is usually funny, so it was just a lack of foresight on our part not to have sent someone.
So we’ll have to make do with other people’s reports:
Jeanine F. Pirro, who is running for attorney general, said she would not push for restrictions on legal guns Read More
Captiol Confidential has its report on Randy Daniels’ morning.
Daniels, whose campaign tried tar Faso (who was until this winter a registered lobbyist) as an Albany insider, was asked at a press conference this morning what had changed his mind about the former Assembly minority leader, and he replied simply:
“That was Read More
National Journal’s Hotline-on-Call blog put out its New York “futures market,” (bravely) checking in on those it selected as “up-and-comers” in 2003 and selecting a new crop.
It must be said: The 2003 selections are looking pretty grim. They include a number of county-level officials about whom I don’t know much, though some, Read More
Conservative longshot gubernatorial candidate Pat Manning quit the race today, leaving Weld, Daniels, and Faso to battle it out for the Republican nomination.
From his statement:
It has been an exciting ride for all the members of Team Manning. However, due to the late nature of the campaign season, I think I better Read More
GOP chaos seems to be extending down to the undercard gubernatorial scrap between John Faso and Randy Daniels. An email went out Friday from an anonymous “Randy Watch” account under the heading “Let’s set the record straight” to various Republican leaders, responding to what it describes as allegations that “were infantile Read More
The extended courtship between Hillary and the New York Post is a wonder to behold. She has always given their reporters extraordinary access, and the tenor of their coverage has softened accordingly.
Now in an editorial yesterday and a column today, the paper is laying the groundwork for a Hillary endorsement Read More
Just when it seemed the succession saga swirling around Governor George Pataki couldn’t get any more fraught or contorted, the story has taken another twist. An old loyalist, Randy Daniels, is making moves to take his place, raising eyebrows among the state political establishment and adding another level of intrigue to the state Republican Party’s Read More