Morning Read: Thompson’s Ad, Quinn’s Message

Bill Thompson’s campaign paid $1,500 to The Mirram Group in order to film part of a television ad in their office.

The ad is part of Thompson’s class-based strategy.

The Post editorial board complains about Bloomberg meddling in people’s lives.

Archie Spigner doubts the boost in minority Council members will lead that body to shift left.

The Council’s gay caucus doubled in size.

Here’s more on Christine Quinn’s future and fence-sitting.

Quinn echoes Bloomberg’s campaign message, and says her victory proved “putting progress in front of politics matters.”

Melinda Katz gets behind David Yassky.

John Liu gets the Bronx Democratic county organization’s support.

Adam Lisberg transcribes the Wolfson-Castell debate.

Lisberg, Bob Hardt and I talked to Brian Lehrer about the primaries.

Maria Baez hopes the recount reverses her 90-vote loss.

Hiram Monserrate said he offered behind-the-scenes support for Danny Dromm.

Here’s a profile on Dromm.

Debi Rose tries lining up Democratic support.

Happy belated birthday, Anthony Weiner.

And here is what may be the first Wiffle Ball game played on the City Hall steps.

Morning Read: Thompson’s Ad, Quinn’s Message