Morning Read: The Professional Left

Non-partisan elections appear dead.

Even if voters decide on a two-term limit, a grandfather clause may keep all incumbents in office for three terms

With redistricting in mind, governor’s races take center stage.

Hospital closures loom large in Andy Hevesi’s primary race.

Cuomo and his Lt. Gov running mate Robert Duffy diverge on the Ground Zero Mosque.

And oddly, so do Rick Lazio and his running mate Richard Hanna

Charlie Rangel is not optimistic about the prospects of a deal.

Anthony Weiner wanted Robert Zimmerman ousted from the DNC for siding with Peter King on the 911 Health Bill

Is The Rent Is Too Damn High Party throwing the state Senate to the Republicans?

Eric Adams lined up behind Aqueduct.

Robert Gibbs blasts “the professional left.”

A list of which lawmakers pack heat.

This is how to quit a job.

Reshma Saujani sat down with the New York Times:




Morning Read: The Professional Left