The Associated Press reported the FBI may formally investigate Michael Grimm’s fundraising.
David Yassky spoke to advisers about running for New York City Comptroller again.
Staten Island is important for Domenic Recchia’s own campaign for the post.
John Liu’s at a new low point.
The New York Times welcomed the Justice Department’s investigation into the NYPD.
The New York Post is a tad more skeptical than the Times.
New Jersey Muslims & officials continued discussing the NYPD.
The deal for constitutional amendment on redistricting reform remains elusive.
Mike Gianaris called the potential deal an “unmitigated disaster.”
He went on Capital Tonight to further eviscerate the deal.
Scott Stringer cooks a mean Indian yogurt sauce.
The National Organization for Marriage touted their New York efforts.
Cardinal Dolan urged Catholics to get more involved in politics.
On the presidential race:
Mitt Romney won Washington last night. Ron Paul scored second place.
Romney is following President Obama’s 2008 delegate-driven path.
He’s on the winning track.
And he should be himself, and maybe reconsider pretending to like NASCAR.
The Times profiled Rick Santorum’s path to his Catholic faith.
President Obama faces a test with AIPAC.