NOW NYS endorsed Martine Guerrier for Hakeem Jeffries’ seat.
Ann Marie Buerkle released her first television ad.
The IDC, despite the rumors that they would back his challengers, is backing Adriano Espaillat.
Yvette Clarke’s spokesperson claimed the whole Colbert thing was a joke.
“We were brave enough to go on and it didn’t quite work out so well,” she explained, also adding, “It’s supposed to be a ha-ha moment. Some people understood, some people didn’t.”
A DCCC presentation down in Charlotte put Michael Grimm’s photo on a “Wanted” poster.
Joe Lentol, one of the few last hold-outs in Lincoln Restler’s reelection campaign, finally got on board Mr. Restler’s team.
County-backed Dems in competitive primaries were all endorsed by the Queens Chronicle.
The Jewish Press endorsed incumbents in Queens and Brooklyn, weighing in for Jerry Iannece as well.
Meet Ola Alabi.
New Kings Democrats thinks Vito Lopez is still up to funny business.
Shelly Silver called Lopez’s vow to stay in the Assembly “irrational.”
The Albany County D.A. is joining the Vito Lopez probe.
The anti-Lopez Satmar faction is happy about his downfall, quote one fixer in the community, “Mazel Tov To our Dead Tiger!!! Shelly Silver strips Vito Lopez of Housing Committee chairmanship after sexual harassment allegations were levied against him.”
Nan Hayworth has an internal poll out showing her ahead.
Michelle Obama’s dress also received rave reviews.
Governor Cuomo is addressing the New York delegation’s breakfast tomorrow.
He’s not present, but his staff is controlling virtually every aspect they can of the delegates’ lives.
Former PA Gov. Ed Rendell doesn’t think much of Cuomo’s sense of humor.
Here are five speakers to watch at tonight’s convention.
It’s a big night for Elizabeth Warren especially.
Hackers claim to have Mitt Romney’s tax returns.