Under the cloud of a deficit, Paterson and legislative leaders will meet in New York City this afternoon.
The Post says they should consider that people are leaving the state in droves.
Queens Democrats are backing Assemblyman Jose Peralta over State Senator Hiram Monserrate for Monserrate’s seat.
Eric DiNallo, would-be attorney general, insists he’s not running against Wall Street.
Tom DiNapoli returned benefits that had been stripped from 62 lawyers.
Bill Owens and Dede Scozzafava debated.
Joe LoTemplio writes: “Scozzafava showed a thorough command of the issues, offering detailed answers to most questions. Owens, while he did not stumble, kept most of his answers shorter and offered fewer details.”
The winner of the election could help determine whether it is split apart.
Some counties in the district will use mechanical voting, some will use paper ballots.
Property taxes near New York are high.
Richard Ravitch says bridge tolls are not completely dead.
And here’s WWNY’s interview with Doug Hoffman: