John Liu’s office wasn’t happythat City & State reported Simcha Felder was campaigning on city time.
Charter school supporters are getting involvedin the 2013 mayoral campaign.
Moshe Tischler may challenge Dov Hikind as well.
Bill de Blasio held a press conference to push an alternative process for an outer-borough taxi plan.
Charles Barron discussed whether he’d still wear Nehru jacketsin Washington.
The Amsterdam News endorsed him.
David Storobin said he’ll declare his electoral intentions soon.
He’ll open up his district office next week at the same location as Carl Kruger’s old one.
A CEO convicted of bribing Kruger will appeal the decision.
Wendy Long’s fundraiser also left her campaign.
Tenants PAC is targeting Marty Golden.
David Carlucci has an opponent.
Forest Hills and Bayside could be decisive neighborhoods in the NY-6 campaign.
The State Assembly passed a bill requiring parental consent for piercings.
The head of the NAACP explained why he’s marching against stop-and-frisk.
Mitt Romney raised a cool $77 million in May, besting Obama.
The Obama campaign admits “we got beat” in the money game.
Jeb Bush thinks he probably should have run for president this year.
Meanwhile, his brother, George W. Bush, is the only living ex-president with an approval rating below 50 percent.
Joe Lieberman and John McCain do not approve of how the White House is handling the crisis in Syria.
Congressman Darrell Issa has a mole helping him with his quest to investigate the DOJ’s controversial Fast and Furious program.
Speaking of moles, a bipartisan group of House and Senate intelligence committees members thinks the Obama administration has sprung way too many leaks.
John Boehner paid tribute to Nancy Pelosi’s 25 years in the House.
Rick Perry was jeered by Tea Partiers in Texas.
Washington Post reporter Chris Cillizza thinks President Obama’s having a “terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad week.”
Last, but certainly not least: Let Michelle Obama DJ your workout!