Yesterday was a tumultuous one for Carl Paladino.
“You’re out of here, you’re off our campaign list, you get nothing more from us,” Michael Caputo told Fred Dicker.
Muzzio on Paladino’s “paramour” smear: “If he doesn’t have the goods, this is a new low in what already is a bottom-dwelling campaign.”
Caputo said afterward that a Post photographer recently put the lens of a camera against the daughter’s bedroom window while she was practicing for a school dance and she has had bouts of crying and has been calling her father every day since.
A tour of Paladino’s favorite Buffalo restaurants.
Paladino after accepting the Conservative line: “That wasn’t easy.”
Paladino’s running mate, Greg Edwards, challenged Robert Duffy, Cuomo’s running mate, to a debate
Dan Donovan boasts of the highest conviction rate in the city, but in fact that honor belongs to Queens DA Richard Brown.
City election officials think concerns about voting problems on Primary Day were overblown.
Redistricting is the “blood sport of politics. There’s no noble purpose, there’s no higher calling. It’s just my power or your power. It’s my turf or your turf.”
The developer of the planned Muslim community center and mosque near ground zero hopes to finance the bulk of the $140 million project using instruments developed to allow many Muslim investors to comply with religious prohibitions on interest.
The governor and the attorney general do in fact have a say about abortion policy.
A cut of 209 Dept of Enviromental Conservation employees could mean a slowdown on acid rain research, untrammeled poaching, dirtier rivers and even a poor fishing season, Rick Karlin reports.
The Public Integrity Commission is looking into David Paterson’s hiring of the girlfriend of one of his top aides.