The 63rd State Senate seat would shift the state’s prison population.
John Liu likes to give out awards.
The New York Post‘s editorial page likes to criticize Liu.
Liu can still give some props to the Post.
Michael Powell notes that developer Bruce Ratner is a recent recurring theme in corruption scandals.
Gatemouth reflects on Carl Kruger’s New York Magazine profile.
David Storobin is opening his campaign office tomorrow.
The Daily News welcomes the new head of the MTA, Joe Lhota.
Hydrofracking opponents are divided over their objectives.
Marty Golden may have violated Senate rules by sending a mailing outside of his district.
POLITICO provides some reasons for why Bill Daley had to go.
NYCHA allows churches to continue worshipping at its community centers.
Brooklyn’s Bensonhurst neighborhood lacks political leadership.
Shelly Silver is only vaguely aware of the snarky fake account @ShellySilver.
Swinging out to the presidential race:
This is the most boring New Hampshire primary ever.
The state’s primary features lots of scoffing.
Ron Paul walks out of yet another CNN interview.
The Union Leader closes on an anti-Mitt Romney note.
9 New Hampshire votes were cast last night. Jon Huntsman’s looking good so far!
Romney and Paul are polling consistently partially because of their ground game.
Romney’s ordinary guy branding isn’t especially convincing.
Team Romney defends free enterprise.
Newt Gingrich’s own ties to a buyout firm complicate s his attacks on Romney.
Rick Santorum had to push his way through protesters at his final rally.
The Times says the candidates have only offered “tired or extremist economic prescriptions.”
58% of Republicans want more presidential choices.
Rick Santorum blinks a lot, a report finds.