Governor Cuomo won’t say if incumbency should be a factor in redistricting.
From the Department of Headlines: “Like Porn, Gov. Cuomo Will Know A Non-Hyper-Partisan Redistricting Plan When He Sees It”
Another: “If Katz Is Worse Than Judas, Then Who Is Greg Ball?”
There’s more drama than you can shake a stick at in the Katz vs. Ball race.
The race is officially on.
Rory Lancman won’t absolutely declare that he’ll run against Gary Ackerman, yet.
The court-drawn map is unfriendly to a good chunk of Upstate Congresswomen.
Ed Koch criticized Dean Skelos over redistricting reform’s failure.
Hakeem Jeffries & Charles Barron teamed up today over district lines.
Jeffries will be on Inside City Hall tonight to condemn the lines some more.
Assemblyman William Boyland, breaking with tradition, did something legislatively. (!)
Which mayoral candidate will stand up for mass transit?
Governor Cuomo questioned the need to negotiate with unions over pension reform.
Connecticut’s governor is cooler about the NYPD surveillance program than New Jersey’s.
Staten Island officials don’t want New Jersey’s water.
Kirsten Gillibrand wrote an op-ed on empowering women worldwide.
New York City’s job data for February is scheduled to be released tomorrow.
On the presidential race:
Mitt Romney’s most awkward moments.
He’s hampered by the nomination rules, not his candidacy.
He called competing in the Deep South an “away game.”
He’s warming his relations with the media.
Newt Gingrich’s Super PAC is helping Romney win.
The New York Times has a cool infographic on Super Tuesday voting patterns.
Speculation is increasing for a Romney-Portman ticket.
There’s a Democratic Super Super PAC coming.