Elsewhere: Yassky Responds, Kryzan Gets W.F.P.

Not really a surprise, but incumbents in state races are incredibly better-funded than their challengers.

David Yassky writes in to the Brooklyn Paper after its editorial board critisizezd how he handled the term-limits debate.

Democratic congressional candidate Alice Kryzan will get on the W.F.P. ballot line, after all.

Both the Republican and the Democrat in the Bay Ridge Assembly race promise not to raise taxes.

State Senate candidate Dennis Delano has no upcoming events.

The Forest Hills rezoning plan–intended to preserve the scale on Austin Street–passed the Community Board.

In Manhattan, Community Board 1 approved the rezoning for South Street Seaport.
The community board in Gerritsen Beach rejected a synagogue's plan to add seven stories.

As predicted, Republicans are attacking Obama over the report that he plans to install Rahm Emanuel as White House chief of staff.

Ken Duberstein, once Ronald Regan's chief of staff, endorsed Obama, citing Colin Powell's judgment.

Sarah Palin is worried that the media will impinge on her right to free speech.

Rudy Giuliani stumped for McCain today, saying, "This is the only one of the four people in the election who has actually fought for you."

Elsewhere: Yassky Responds, Kryzan Gets W.F.P.