David Paterson stopped by Andrew Cuomo’s birthday fund-raiser.
“There’s no reason we shouldn’t be wishing him well,” Paterson said.
Jacob Gershman presents a new political calculus: “[T]he key question isn’t whether Paterson has a realistic shot at beating Cuomo in a Democratic primary. (He doesn’t.) It’s whether he can deter Cuomo from running.”
Federal prosecutor Andrew Baxter wants Joe Bruno to serve time in jail.
Said State Senator Betty Little, a Queensbury Republican, of Albany: “It is now beyond dysfunction. It is madness, or something,”
The News wants Albany to get its act together on Race to the Top.
Paterson accepted a report on how to reform the State Liquor Authority.
More city councilmen acknowledged getting snared in the Working Families Party investigation.
Assembly Republicans are pushing for a Constitutional Convention.
And below, Councilman James Vacca talks about the M.T.A.’s proposed service cuts: