John Liu shifted his rhetoric about his 2013 plans rather suddenly.
A devil’s advocate defense of Jeffrey Gottlieb.
His campaign claims they almost have enough signatures to be on the ballot.
A Queens Democratic official said Rory Lancman is “lying.”
Gottlieb’s website was registered on the same day as Ed Koch’s endorsement of Lancman.
His work in the Board of Elections could conflict with his campaign.
City & State has a copy of his petitions.
Ed Cox defended the New York Republican Party’s position and prospects.
Mark Grisanti’s second Democratic challenger moved forward with his campaign.
The professor challenging Tom Libous explained his campaign.
Scott Stringer liked Mayor Bloomberg’s solar panel announcement, but wants to see more.
Could jockeying between Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin be helping Harry Reid?
Dean Skelos is still against the minimum wage.
Occupy Albany limped along.
Occupy Wall Street held a spring training.
Work resumed on the 7-Train expansion after the deadly crane accident.
A huge fire raged on a former landfill in Staten Island.
On the presidential race:
Newt Gingrich thinks he’ll be getting delegates from New York.
He wants a starring role in the Republican convention.
Can the “hope” campaign go negative?
Headline: “Mitt Romney is the Republican nominee. Now what?”
Romney pulled a negative ad against Rick Santorum.