The Campaign For Our Future SuperPAC is dropping 100,000 pieces of anti-Charlie Rangel mail to residents in his new congressional district, with the words, “Sorry, Charlie. “Barack Obama isn’t supporting Charlie Rangel. Why should we? It’s time for new leadership, fresh ideas and a new voice for our community in Washington.”
Andrew Cuomo pulled in over $400,000 from lobbyists last year.
In addition, lobbyists steered their clients money to places where they thought it should go.
Mayor Mike Bloomberg said that the number of stop-and-frisks should drop significantly in the near future.
Charlie Rangel wants to compare resumes with his opponents.
Adriano Espaillat says Rangel is wrong to think that he is the only one who can do his job.
After a report that Ruben Willis is being investigated by the state attorney general for misappropriating City Council funds, the Council is mounting their own investigation.
Due to a backlog in verifying whether New York City homeowners are legally entitled to a wide range of property-tax exemptions, thousands will receive bills next month that are higher than they should be, Michael Howard Saul reports.
The Bloomberg administration is looking into privatizing parking meters.
More than one out of every 10 police officers and firefighters in the New York state pension system retired last year with pensions exceeding $100,000 a year, The Post reports.
The city is asking agencies and contractors to buy more local food.
A variety of initiatives have done little to slow down the obesity rate in the Bronx, a fact that led Mayor Bloomberg to propose banning large soft drinks.
The ban will go before the Board of Health this morning.
A call to allow drinking in parks.
The city’s Jewish population has increased to 1.1 million due to increasing birth rates among the Orthodox, who are more conservative and less well-off than the rest of the city’s Jewish population.
A judge rejected an effort by the city to review the bills it pays to a special monitor charged with overseeing the FDNY’s minority hiring practices.
City graduation rates remained flat.
Hiring appears set to rise in New York.
Mitt Romney’s claim that after Obamacare is implemented, government will account for half of the economy seems inflated.
Compared to Mitt Romney, Barack Obama has a convoluted message.
Michelle Bachman is back with the crazy.
There is a special election to replace Gabby Giffords in Congress tonight.
Mitt Romney will be fundraising in the Hamptons next month.
The Obama campaign hit Romney on his job creation record.
The Romney campaign won’t say if he will actually cut firefighters.
More on Jeb Bush, man without a party.
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