Michael Bloomberg’s cars idle, despite his policies.
The Washington Post carries the story online.
Bloomberg opted for restraint when asked about Bill Thompson’s audit.
Thompson pushes his message on Twitter.
Thompson’s report on city graduation rates are of interest to Long Island.
The Swing State Project notices the question left out of the poll Carolyn Maloney distributed to reporters.
The Thune amendment got…shot down.
Bloomberg, and Scott Stringer, trash a senator who said the Thune amendment would make Central Park safer.
Republican Dan Donovan applauds the defeat of the Thune amendment.
The Democratic comptroller candidates debated how the city should spend its money.
Everybody wants John Liu’s seat.
A couple renting from Ann-Margaret Carrozza, who wants to move back into her district, got a 30-day notice to vacate their apartment.
Liza Sabater is not happy with Barack Obama.
Helen Marshall does in fact have a challenger [2nd item].
Jay Golub walks us through the life of a candidate.
Jerry Ianecce challenges his rivals’ petitions.
“It’s a slap in the face again — the same old stuff,” said Queens G.O.P. Chairman Phil Ragusa, of Bloomberg, who endorsed a Democrat in a Bayside.
Guess which mayoral candidate People magazine covers.
The Naked Cowboy explains why he’s running for mayor.
And here’s my interview with the Naked Cowboy from October, where he said, “Mayor Michael Bloomberg, running for mayor a third time, good choice, excellent choice in leadership.”