Elsewhere: Marriage Fallout

Tom Duane laments the unpredictable timing of the same-sex marriage debate.

Duane thanks Ruth Hassell-Thompson.

Kirsten Gillibrand is “greatly disappointed” same-sex marriage didn’t pass the State Senate.

Liza Sabater is angry at the eight Democrats who voted against the bill.

Now we know who the targets are next year.”

Hot Air: “It’s fascinating to think that even in NYS, there’d be eight Democratic state senators who think a no vote is safer for them than a yes. Good luck with fundraising next year, kids.”

The Empire State Pride Agenda tries to see the silver lining in today’s marriage vote.  

The New York Civil Liberties Union will rally in Times Square tonight at 6.

John Schiumo wants your reactions.

Gillian Reagan notes that the City Council in Washington D.C. did what state senators here couldn’t.

Here’s more on Tom Suozzi’s leftover money.

Democrat Gary Ackerman touts Republican victories, in a fund-raising email.

In New Jersey, they’re mocking Michael Bloomberg’s tendency to tax.

More delays for the Kingsbridge Armory vote.

Jeff Dinowitz likes the idea of Bill Thompson going statewide.

David Singer thinks Thompson would “easily” beat current Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.

And here’s Diane Savino’s entertaining, insightful, and “particularly moving” speech on same-sex marriage.

  Elsewhere: Marriage Fallout