Elsewhere: Schumer, Poverty, McGreevey

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As if Chuck Schumer isn’t already everywhere, he may take the lead on the effort to bring the Democratic National Convention to New York.

Roslynn Mauskopf got an unenthusiastic endorsement from the ABA for a federal judgeship.

George Pataki and Jeanine Pirro are not attending the state GOP meeting in Albany where Joe Mondello is expected to be named the party’s new state chairman.

Eliot Spitzer said it’s not hypocritical to raise campaign money under the old rules and then introduce a new set of rules after winning.

“I’m not looking back and saying that behavior that didn’t live up to these standards was inappropriate, we’re just saying, this is the standard we want to apply.”

Rudy Blogger uses a familiar anti-Rudy argument and asks how conservatives will react when they learn that Mitt Romeny supported abortion and gay rights before 2002.

Mystery Pollster has more on the accuracy of the polls of this year’s House races.

The head of the Municipal Arts Society sounds off on the Atlantic Yards project.

Daily Gotham says that poverty is back in New York.

And pictured above is Dirk McCall, the head of the Stonewall Democrats who organized the Jim McGreevey event last night and has a holiday party coming up next week.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Schumer, Poverty, McGreevey