Mid-Morning Read: Carrion to Washington, Kaye to Skadden

Adolfo Carrion is going to Washington. For real. For true.

Republican are bringing out all the stars to stump for Jim Tedisco's congressional bid.

As he swung to the southern portion of the district, Republicans attacked Scott Murphy's voting record.

Collecting money owed to the city doesn't seem to be a priority for Michael Bloomberg.

He is planning for a global warming-related flood catastrophe.

When asked for comment last night, Caroline Kennedy talked only about public school fund-raising.

David Paterson said pay raises to his top staffers are "a discussion that could be had."

The Auburn Citizen thinks they are "horribly misguided."

Fred Dicker pans him as a "lifestyle politician."

State officials have no clear plan to spend the stimulus money.

Even as Paterson's aides announced the restoration of over $100 million in highway funding cuts.

And as cities lunge for money.

Here's a picture of the Stackmobile, the state car issued to State Senator Bill Stachowski.

Anthony Weiner raised $207,000 in the last two years with donors giving both to mayoral and congressional campaigns.

The Syracuse mayor's race could get expensive.

The Democrat & Chronicle calls Eric Massa's shift on campaign finance "disappointing."

Judith Kaye will join the law firm Skadden Arps.

The Republican nominee for mayor of the village of Corfu was arrested for murder.

And below, the State Senate's first "newscast":

One New York News from New York State Senate on Vimeo.

Mid-Morning Read: Carrion to Washington, Kaye to Skadden