Elsewhere: An Offer From Bloomberg, The Revolution That Wasn’t Televised

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Vinny Ignizio wants Andrew Cuomo to investigate who cut the television feed during the Senate coup.
Michael Wolff has a deep read on Malcolm Smiths’ Blackberry etiquette.
“It’s unpredictable at this moment,” NY1 reporter Josh Robin said of the situation in Albany.
Carolyn Maloney is on NY1 tonight.
“Maloney has excellent qualifications for the Senate,” says the Queens Gazette.
Salon’s Alex Koppelman thinks Maloney needs to make just one more hire.
St. Lawrence Democrats support Kirsten Gillibrand.
Does Pedro Espada have a district office?
Jeremiah Wright just won’t stay quiet.
Anne Michaud says Michael Bloomberg offered money to the Senate Democrats in 2006, but was turned down.
Unnamed sources tell Sal Gentile that Tom Duane “is committed above all else to passing same-sex marriage legislation before the end of the session—even if it means joining the coalition majority.

Elsewhere: An Offer From Bloomberg, The Revolution That Wasn’t Televised