Rudy Giuliani will endorse Rick Lazio for governor today.
Giuliani will also announce he won’t run for office–passing up the U.S. Senate–in 2010.
This is going to make things much easier for Kirsten Gillibrand.
“Giuliani’s decision likely marks the end of his own electoral career,” writes Maggie Haberman.
It isn’t all that great for New York, David Paterson and Michael Bloomberg say.
But with a “cornhusker kickback,” Nebraska does quite well.
The Post blames Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand for not doing more.
Your property taxes will probably go up when the stimulus money runs out.
“If there were a National Happy League, we’d be the New Jersey Nets,” writes Clyde Haberman, after a survey found New Yorkers are the least happy people. “We’re No. 51 out of 51. The District of Columbia was included in the list as if it were a state. It made it all the way to No. 37 despite the handicap of having Congress in its midst. At least New Yorkers can take comfort in knowing that their immediate neighbors in Connecticut (No. 50) and New Jersey (No. 49) are not appreciably happier.”
Education groups are mad about costly renovations at the Capitol.
And below, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced stadium renovations: