The Morning Read: Friday, August 22, 2008

Michael Bloomberg seems to be reversing his opposition to term limits.

Which could led to Bloomberg’s third term in office.

The New York Sun editorial board says David Paterson is backing the effort to extend term limits.

The New York Times endorses Paul Newell, Dan Squadron and Adriano Espaillat.

The Daily News editorial board wants Hillary Clinton as Obama’s V.P.

Mark Halperin puts his money on Joe Biden, and reports that two sources have told him John McCain has chosen Mitt Romney.

But it could also be Tim Pawlenty for McCain.

The Washington Post looks at the Obamas’ deep ties to the University of Chicago.

Tom DiNapoli says the emergency radio network being tested in the state should be scrapped.

Tom Golisano endorsed six Democrats and seven Republicans.

Assemblyman Sam Hoyt’s apparent fling with a former intern lasted until January 2005.

Irene Liu has more on the Hoyt story.

Bloomberg and the city’s police union reached a tentative deal on a four percent pay raise.

Rookies’ pay will jump from $35,000 to $42,000.

There are already some windmills in New York City.

John P. Avlon considers the overseas military vote. The Morning Read: Friday, August 22, 2008