Elsewhere: Bloomberg’s Spending, Davila’s Rematch, and Liu’s Rise

Michael Bloomberg is outspending his opponent at a rate of 20 to 1. Jewish voters still like Obama. Bill de

Michael Bloomberg is outspending his opponent at a rate of 20 to 1.

Jewish voters still like Obama.

Bill de Blasio looks to the future.

Local 3’s endorsement represents a break from their parent organization, the Building Trades Council.

Bloomberg has enough money to run for mayor 270 more times and still be rich.

N.P.R. looks at Mark Green’s career.

After losing the Democratic primary, Maritza Davila will run against Diana Reyna on the W.F.P. line this November.

Geoffrey Gray bestows unto Liu the label of “insider” and mayoral contender.

Obama makes reporters unhappy.

Rahm Emanuel’s brother defends Michael Moore’s use of non-union labor on his latest movie.

And here’s Bill Thompson, defending his campaign fund-raising, and saying Bloomberg’s poll numbers haven’t improved despite his “obscene” spending.

Elsewhere: Bloomberg’s Spending, Davila’s Rematch, and Liu’s Rise