BREAKING: There are new pictures of Michael Grimm’s dog Sebastian.
Reid Pillifant profiled Eric Schneiderman’s quest to expose campaign donors.
Ed Towns will rally for Jason Otano on Sunday.
The State GOP somehow connected Harry Reid’s Romney-bashing to Kirsten Gillibrand.
Dov Hikind will lose the Republican line, but that won’t affect his Democratic primary.
Employees at Bloomberg LP are grumbling.
Errol Cockfield is leaving the Senate Democrats while Dan Halloran’s spokesman Steve Stites is moving over to David Storobin. Eric Ulrich also poached Bob Turner staffer Bob Capano to run his own campaign.
Urbanophiles: This is the tenth anniversary of Richard Florida’s “Rise of the Creative Class.” Some don’t think it has been a worthwhile decade.
Google will now let political advertisers target by congressional district.
Small typo from the Center for American Progress: “ANALYSIS: Romney would kill 360,000 in 2013 alone.”
If Obama can get 105,000 jobs a month for the next three months, he can say that employment has grown under his watch.
Scott Pelley’s on air announcement of the latest job is likely to live on the GOP ads.
Tennessee Democrats have nominated an anti-gay conspiracy theorist in their Senate race.
Same-sex marriage supporters staged a “kiss-in” demonstration at Chick-Fil-A.
A new ad in the Florida Senate race accused one candidate of having “a history of barroom brawling.”
McKay Coppins says that the now deposed Mitt Romney flak Rich Gorka got a bum rap.
And Cass Susstein is nudged out at the White House.