Roundup: Campaigns and Christine Quinn

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Christine Quinn gives her State of the City address tomorrow

Dean Skelos says congressional line talks are intensifying.

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Chris Bragg & Laura Nahmias mapped out the race to replace Christine Quinn.

She’ll focus on childcare and early education in her State of the City speech tomorrow.

A candidate emerges for Maurice Hinchey’s seat and says she’ll challenge an incumbent if need be.

Ed Towns’ spokesman asks “Now all of a sudden Hakeem is running and Ed is a bad guy?”

Jesus Gonzalez will reportedly register for Erik Dilan’s Council seat next week. (Spanish)

Frank Seddio announced for Lew Fidler’s seat.

Tony Avella got testy at a Queens redistricting hearing.

Velmanette Montgomery doesn’t like Staten Island.

Robert Jackson likes his chances for Manhattan Borough President.

Rock Hackshaw tells Brooklyn activists to fight the good fight.

A potential Queens Republican Assembly candidate finds himself in a new district.

Tom DiNapoli stepped up his pension defense.

Governor Cuomo responds to his criticism.

A $900 trillion lawsuit.

On the presidential race:

What is Rick Santorum demonstrating about Mitt Romney campaign?

Romney’s guns will now be on him.

Ron Paul is doing well in delegate math.

Santorum’s Google problem got a minor assist last night.

He raised $250,000 last night.

Roundup: Campaigns and Christine Quinn