Nan Hayworth canned her controversial spokesman.
Tom Duane is expected to support Brad Hoylman for his seat.
Duane reflected on his career.
Jumaane Williams said Governor Cuomo’s marijuana reform plan doesn’t go far enough.
John Liu wrote an op-ed against stop-and-frisk.
The editor in chief of The Onion said Cuomo’s not very funny.
The Senate Democrats aren’t looking so hot on Long Island.
Charles Barron said opposition to Vito Lopez factored into Ed Towns’ endorsement calculus.
Buzzfeed says Mr. Barron could be “the most outrageous member of Congress.”
A new candidate emerged for Grace Meng’s seat.
Joe Carvin blasted his primary opponent for opposing interracial marriage.
In an odd statement, Wendy Long claimed to have found Kirsten Gillibrand’s gun.
New Kings Democrats will be making their pitch tonight to potential county committee candidates.
Chuck Schumer sometimes calls Nydia Velázquez “Nyds.
Obama campaign manager Jim Messina isn’t worried about poll numbers.
President Obama’s campaign told his supporters to relax about that poor poling.
Mitt Romney’s campaign is using Utah as a volunteer base for neighboring swing states.
Obama’s 2008 donors aren’t ponying up this time around.
Senior Obama advisor David Axelrod said it would be an “insult to hispanics” if Mitt Romney made Marco Rubio his vice presidential pick.
Partisanship is getting worse.
Bill Clinton says a Romney presidency would be “calamitous” for “the world.”
Sarah Palin is giving the keynote speech at a confab for conservative bloggers.
Polls show the Wisconsin recall is shaping up to be closer than expected.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Jane Orie will spend 2 ½ to 10 years in prison after being found guilty on corruption charges.