New York looks like it’ll be in the competition to be the last state to finish its redistricting maps.
Students show how redistricting can be done.
Azi Paybarah looks into Governor Cuomo’s polling expenses.
Tom DiNapoli sounds a warning over pensions.
Senate Democrats accuse the GOP of limiting abortion discussion.
Interest is being added to the Senate Democrats’ debt.
The Independent Senate Democrats release a plan for small businesses.
Maurice Hinchey formally announced his intentions to not seek reelection.
He didn’t address his wife’s DWI.
Sean Coffey is being recruited to run for Westchester County Executive.
Children in Manhattan’s low-income neighborhoods face increased traffic risk.
English proficiency classes in New York shrink even as demand climbs.
The Staten Island Advance will get some Russian flair, showing the community’s growth in the borough.
On the Presidential race:
Herman Cain endorsed “the people” for President. No word yet on whether the people will accept.
Newt Gingrich thinks Rick Perry’s endorsement will help.
South Carolina presidential primary campaigns can contain a lot of drama, some of it dirty.
Here’s an example of that.
A Gingrich win would be a lot of fun.
Nate Silver gives Gingrich even odds to win South Carolina now.
And looks into the tiny lead Rick Santorum now holds in Iowa.