Elsewhere: Schumer, Nagin, Batson

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Chuck Schumer says he is still not endorsing Eliot Spitzer for governor.

Councilman Alan Gerson is not backing fellow Manhattan lawmaker, Assemblywoman Sylvia Friedman. He is endorsing her challenger, Brian Kavanagh.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin apologizes today, saying:

“What I will never do again is refer to the site as ‘a hole in the ground.”

Book lovers may want an apology, now that a study of the Atlantic Yards project says it will negatively impact the Pacific Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.

ABC will show on Sept. 10 and 11 a “docu-drama” that blames Bill Clinton for the terrorist attacks.

Joe Mercurio has advice about how campaigns should use the telephone:

If voters are called infrequently, purposely and targeted there will be more favorables, and your turnout will be higher.

And Bill Batson figures out how to run ads in the most expensive media market for only $40.

Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Schumer, Nagin, Batson