Morning Read: Thompson’s Team Struggles, Bloomberg’s Enviromental Record Lacks

The deficit may not be quite as bad as what we had projected last June,” said Michael Bloomberg.

 

Bill Thompson’s campaign is not well run, The Times reveals. (But Thompson people note the article contains a factual mistake in the caption.)

Thompson’s policy speech on term limits was a chance to yell about term limits.

The Marist poll gets some ink in the Post.

The Post endorses Bloomberg, but says extending term limits “was a characteristic display of Bloombergian hubris, and we suspect that it will cost him on Election Day.”

Bloomberg gives a rare interview for a daily story, which says his environmental record lacks major achievements.

Boro Park may or may not go for Bloomberg.

Here’s more on the Election Day budgeting problems.

Andrew Cuomo is investigating charities that improperly give money to lawmakers.

Arnie Duncan is not impressed with how colleges train teachers.

Rory Lancman wants instant runoff voting.

Not everything goes the way Bloomberg hoped.

Imposters in the comments section!

Bloomberg supporter Eric Ulrich says, of term limits, “If it’s good enough for the president, it’s good enough for me.”

And pictured above is attorney general hopeful Eric DiNallo, getting his photo op with Michael Bloomberg at the Empire State Pride Agenda Dinner last night.

Morning Read: Thompson’s Team Struggles, Bloomberg’s Enviromental Record Lacks