Ed Koch expects to be released from the hospital tomorrow. He said he’ll go straight to the office.
The Center for Urban Research launched an interactive tool to let users explore the eligible voters in legislative districts.
Liz Krueger and Brian Kavanagh want restaurants, not deliverymen, to pay their workers’ traffic violations.
Wendy Long continued criticizing Kirsten Gillibrand over Shelly Silver.
Eric Ulrich explained his beef with Chris Matthews.
The Queens Tribune endorsed Ulrich in the GOP primary.
A Jimmy Meng plea deal could be in the works.
Term-limited Councilman Mike Nelson endorsed Ben Akselrod over incumbent Steve Cymbrowitz. From the press release, “I am proud to endorse Ben Akselrod for NYS Assembly. I have listened to my constituents and have heard their ‘shout-out’ for change. Akselrod is the right man for the job.”
Spotted: A Facebook ad for Ola Alabi that directs to this campaign video.
Democratic candidates in competitive seats are sitting out the convention.
Scott Stringer called it a “typo.”
“I am going to be the chairperson of Hillary Clinton 2016 fan club,” Kirsten Gillibrand said.
She did say that Governor Cuomo would make a “wonderful” president though.
Markos Moulitsas, reviewing today’s speech, wasn’t so sure: “How cute of Andrew Cuomo to become a Democrat in his first big bid for the 2016 nomination. He’s a definite no-go.”
Bloomberg TV said Clinton’s speech was factually accurate.
Mitt Romney is using Clinton in his latest television ad.
Obama’s campaign said the move “takes a lot of brass.”
Romney on whether he’ll watch Obama’s speech tonight: “Uh, don’t plan on it.”
Five speakers to watch tonight.
Massachusetts voters vote in primary elections tonight.