Roundup: WFP’s Food Fight; Big Budget Deal; Pro-Romney Ads in New York

You should make a prediction on the final margin for the Fidler-Storobin race.

A food blogger took note of the Working Families Party’s latest paid sick days rally.

Here’s a good collection of the many reactions to today’s budget deal.

Governor Cuomo is happy with the situation.

The language restricted his ability to transfer funds between different agencies.

The budget paid for buses at yeshivas.

Eric Adams kept his hoodie on for his entire Capital Tonight interview.

Frank Padavan is still mulling a comeback against Tony Avella.

Another candidate, Joseph Concannon, is looking at the race.

Karim Camara and Dan Squadron endorsed Hakeem Jeffries.

Mayor Bloomberg reiterated his support for immigration reform.

Lobbying in Albany hasn’t slowed down.

Helen Marshall was in a car accident.

A jury convicted officer Michael Pena of sexual assault.

On the presidential race:

Mitt Romney’s Super PAC will advertise in New York soon enough.

Gaffes are defining the race.

Republicans want Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul to drop out.

Don’t bet on Chris Christie being Mitt Romney’s running mate.

Roundup: WFP’s Food Fight; Big Budget Deal; Pro-Romney Ads in New York