Roundup: Conspiracy in Brooklyn; Jobs; Romney The Nominee;

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Gatemouth discovered a conspiracy in the race against Nydia Velázquez.

City & State confirmed it.

The latest jobs report is discouraging.

Bill Mahoney discussed record lobbying levels on Capital Tonight.

Dan Squadron is openly raising money for Public Advocate.

Clyde Williams misfired a bit with one of his attacks on Charlie Rangel.

The Associated Press looked into the Rangel race as well.

National Organization for Marriage gave a warning notice to the Senate Republicans.

Jonathan Yedin took exception to a Michael Grimm op-ed.

Business groups have different opinions on increasing the minimum wage.

The Occupy protesters who propped open subway gates were arrested.

Azi Paybarah noted George Arzt’s presence at Scott Stringer’s fundraiser.

Here are the highlights from Keith Olbermann’s lawsuit against Current.

Here are some highlights from the Palin-Couric morning show battle.

Bill Thompson’s tweets refer to him as “Declared NYC mayoral candidate Bill Thompson.” 

On the presidential election:

Mitt Romney’s acting like he’s the nominee.

He’s going to advertise in Rick Santorum’s home turf.

The latest jobs report serves as a reminder of electoral forces outside the campaigns.

Newt Gingrich is still around.

Roundup: Conspiracy in Brooklyn; Jobs; Romney The Nominee;