Morning Read: Mitt's Headed Back To The Waldorf; Pollsters Pore Over Occupy Wall Street

Mitt Romney has a lunchtime fundraiser at the Waldorf Astoria today.

A new Quinnipiac poll finds a majority New York voters disapprove of the way Mayor Bloomberg handled the eviction of Zuccotti Park. However, the poll also showed respondents disapprove of the way protesters have conducted themselves and are divided on the NYPD’response to the protests.

GQ interviewed “Governator” Andrew Cuomo, who said he was considered as a potential running mate for Al Gore in 2000.  The governor also had a brief moment of zen: “I am fundamentally happy. And I am fundamentally at peace.

According to the New York Post, a tug of war over revenues from a healthcare company merger is holding up the taxi bill. 

Time magazine named “protesters” 2011’s “Person of the Year.”

At least 16 people have begun the process of suing the city for claims relating to Occupy Wall Street.

Republican Queens Councilman Dan Halloran is mulling a run for State Senate.

The new tax plan gives the Department of Taxation and Finance power to pick which businesses get tax breaks.

Joe Biden said Mitt Romney’s Mormonism shouldn’t be an issue on the campaign trail.

Morning Read: Mitt's Headed Back To The Waldorf; Pollsters Pore Over Occupy Wall Street