A Delegation Divided: Serrano and the Gillibrand Holdouts Await Their Due

According to Jose Serrano, Kirsten Gillibrand is going after the low-hanging fruit first.   
In the days since Representative Steve Israel decided not to consider a primary against Gillibrand, following calls from President Barack Obama and Senator Chuck Schumer, other members of the New York Congressional delegation have quickly lined up in support of Gillibrand: Nita Lowey, Maurice Hinchey, Brian Higgins, Michael McMahon, Yvette Clarke, John Hall, Michael Arcuri. Soon Nydia Velasquez and Ed Towns are expected to make their support public. Anthony Weiner is considered supportive, too.
“I think what is happening, with all due respect to them, is that when you begin to get a lot of calls of people saying we have got to put this to bed and this has to end, if they get a call from higher-ups in the party they succumb to that,” said Serrano.

A Delegation Divided: Serrano and the Gillibrand Holdouts Await Their Due