Celeste Katz has more on the state of the Brooklyn special election.
Governor Cuomo blasted out a series of press releases announcing infrastructure investments.
His new ethics board won’t release details of their decision to hire his former aide.
The Susan B. Anthony List endorsed Wendy Long.
Antonin Scalia dodged Pete King’s health care question.
Mark Murphy is following in his father’s footsteps.
Reid Pillifant and Azi Paybarah took a good look at Adriano Espaillat’s campaign to unseat Charlie Rangel.
Hakeem Jeffries met his [currently unknown] quarterly fundraising goal.
Grace Meng and Rory Lancman’s campaign cash is all new money.
Jerry Iannece emerged as a top candidate for Lancman’s seat.
John Liu’s campaign spokesman on Dan Garodnick’s candidacy:
“Dan is a perceptive politician who knows of some of the private conversations John has had recently. The announcement today is a smart move on his part to get a jump on his competitors. John wishes him well.”
Garodnick likes Liu’s pension plan.
But worried about his efficacy in accomplishing his initiatives.
“Garodnick wants to get out there in front of the inevitable Chung Seto indictment,” said one Democratic insider.
The Center for Working Families opined on Pedro Espada’s “legal corruption.”
Tom Dolan emerged as a candidate for the new Capitol Region seat.
New York State began hawking its wares.
Eric Schneiderman warned against mortgage scammers.
Dov Hikind formed a large coalition of officials calling for a probe into Brooklyn College.
Brooklyn College denied the allegations.
Michael Cusick asked Mayor Bloomberg to drop plans for a waste-to-energy plant.
Lew Fidler turned his attention to a local high school.
Don’t expect the 7 Train in Secaucus anytime soon.
Mayor Bloomberg referred to Skype as “Snipe.”
On the presidential race:
Rick Santorum’s chances are slim in Wisconsin tonight.
Will it be his Waterloo?
FiveThirtyEight delved into the state’s political geography.
Mitt Romney has been dominating except for caucuses and the South.
The pro-Obama Super PAC began to run television ads in swing states.
Santorum complained about the Drudge Report.