Wendy Long, a potential challenger to Kirsten Gillibrand, will announce her intentions this week.
Mike Long (unrelated), continued to pay compliments to Wendy Long.
Capital Tonight dug in as well.
Former Giants linebacker Harry Carson won’t run for Congress in New Jersey.
The new Orthodox Jewish State Senate district could hurt the GOP.
The Senate GOP hired a Jack Abramoff-linked lobbyist.
And touted Democratic Senators looking to leave the body.
The Senate Democrats fired back.
The DCCC launched an anti-Michael Grimm website.
Grimm helped a nun.
Governor Cuomo trumpeted the teacher evaluation deal.
Mayor Bloomberg announced a new job center.
He will appeal a judge’s ruling on the homeless proving their eligibility for shelters.
Grace Meng wonders what’s up with the recent bout of Asian slurs.
Mark Grisanti and Alan Maisel teamed up to battle shark fin soup.
BuzzFeed hired Katie Notopoulos.
On the presidential race:
New York’s GOP presidential delegate list emerged with many interesting names.
New York donors give more to candidates than Super PACs.
Mitt Romney’s Michigan backers worry about his chances.
Gingrich won’t campaign in Michigan, likely helping Santorum there.
A pro-Obama Super PAC will invest in the state as well.
Romney has some money problems.