If you wonder why Andrew Cuomo isn’t more actively positioning himself for president in 2016, look to Mario Cuomo, circa 1988.
Chris Collins is tying Kathy Hocul to Barack Obama--and to more taxes.
Mayor Bloomberg’s gun control group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is growing.
New York City politicians reacted to the Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin.
In addition to Hakeem Jeffries, Walter Mosley was also endorsed by Joe Lentol.
Former Assemblyman Barry Grodenchik is also getting into the Queens Borough President race.
A Democrat defended Mindy Meyer’s candidacy.
James Sanders gave a well-timed member item to a voter registration group based outside of his district.
Nicole Malliotakis wants the courts to push the Port Authority to release their study on toll impacts.
Assemblymember Phillip Goldfeder’s appearance behind the mayoral podium is sparking Goldfeder for mayor rumors–according to Goldfeder’s Twitter feed.
A new study suggests paid sick days improve businesses’ bottom lines.
Linda McMahon’s campaign failed to produce economic models for her jobs plan.
Mitt Romney went to a hardware store in New Hampshire. Asked by a reporter what he bought there, Romney replied: “Hardware stuff.”
Mega-donor Sheldon Adelson is pressuring Romney to support the release of Jonathan Pollard.
The Romney team is struggling with their foreign policy messaging.
CNN displayed a map of the Punjab province in India after mentioning Gov. Nikki Haley, who is of Punjab descent.
Bloomberg.com will launch a new politics page.
Chris Christie said no one votes for the vice presidential candidate.
Barack Obama seems to have developed a dislike of Mitt Romney.