The Conservative Party endorsed David Storobin for the special election to replace Carl Kruger.
The Democratic candidate, Lew Fidler, swore to be more ethical than Kruger.
Storobin launched his campaign website.
City & State looks at a Storobin tweet, which is disputed.
Nydia Velázquez has a libertarian Democratic opponent.
Bob Turner visits Israel.
Mark Murphy will announce for Congress next Wednesday.
Senate Democrats raise a million dollars.
Dean Skelos raises a decent chunk of change.
Here’s some additional campaign filings.
More candidates eye the seat belonging to retiring State Senator Oppenheimer.
The Manhattan Democratic Party gets behind the living wage legislation.
Scott Stringer weighs in as well.
Tom DiNapoli warns of lagging tax collections.
Mayor Bloomberg praised President Obama’s plan to consolidate federal agencies.
An NYC resident looking at running for Senate in Nebraska gets snarky with Karl Rove.
Peter Vallone comments on Jay-Z.
David Freedlander went on NBC last night to discuss the State of the City speech.
On the presidential election:
Republican attacks on Mitt Romney are not helping Mitt Romney.
Romney’s leading in the latest South Carolina poll.
Gingrich is “now out-Mitting Mitt.”
A breakdown of potential GOP vice presidential candidates.
Rick Perry loses his lawsuit aiming to put him on the Virginia ballot.
Voters don’t know very much about the Republican candidates.
More young women are involved in 2012 campaign coverage.
Stephen Colbert is getting involved as well: