The GOP electoral blog Red Racing Horses posted a detailed and thorough map of what a Republican gerrymander of a 63 State Senate map could hypothetically look like.
Here’s the full text of Mayor Bloomberg’s State of the City address.
WNYC unpacks the content.
Mayor Bloomberg and Speaker Silver team up.
Governor Cuomo responds.
Bloomberg will sidestep the teacher’s union to get school improvement grants.
Dennis Walcott discussed deadlines in getting federal education money.
Crain’s looks into David Storobin’s writings.
John Sampson’s Chief of Staff departs.
The Staten Island Advance digs further into Mark Murphy’s Congressional announcement.
Robert de Niro helped raise money for Manhattan Borough President candidate Julie Menin.
Grace Meng is interested in running for Queens Borough President.
Bob Cohen likes his chances of winning Suzi Oppenheimer’s seat.
Dem. Assemblyman George Latimer is interested in the seat as well.
The Boyland saga goes on, and on.
On the presidential race:
The elections so far have only determined 12 of the 2,286 GOP delegates.
Jon Huntsman has some Democratic backers in New York.
Mitt Romney’s gaining in the polls, but not in South Carolina.
He has a conundrum when it comes to Hispanic voters.
Rick Perry’s latest campaign ad sure has some inspiring imagery.
Things that are less steep than Perry’s drop in the polls.
C-SPAN’s live coverage of the race has some hazards.
President Obama probably won’t raise a billion dollars.
The DNC highlights Republican criticism of Romney’s record at Bain: