Morning Read: Bold Comptrollers, Bloomberg’s Film Space

Michael Bloomberg paid thousands of dollars to film inside a middle-class home.

Edward-Isaac Dovere looks at why Michael McGuire left his past as treasurer for the Working Families Party, and how his replacement was selected.

Maria Baez has an attendance problem, and a primary race.

The comptroller candidates avoided “bold moves” in their final televised debate.

John Liu defended his sweatshop story.

David Yassky got the Daily News endorsement.

“I do not think he should step aside,” Nancy Pelosi said of Charlie Rangel.

Doug Muzzio thinks Leslie Crocker Snyder is on the offensive because she needs to be.

Philippe Reines gets “Shermanesquely clear” with Page Six about the prospect of Hillary Clinton leaving her current post to run for office in New York.

Anthony Seminerio’s office was burglarized.

Deidre Feerick didn’t pay for legal help she got from Manton Sweeney Gallo Reich and Bolz.

15 people attended a Christine Quinn protest.

Brooklyn Paper has a funny image.

Helen Sears is criticized over a lead poisoning bill.

“I am not a racist,” says a candidate in Queens.

Eric Kuo measures Bloomberg’s popularity at the U.S. Open.

Some people have it easy on Primary Day.

Morning Read: Bold Comptrollers, Bloomberg’s Film Space