It’s time for the latest installment of our weekly scorecard for next year’s potential mayoral candidates, rating how they’ve been doing in recent days. Overall, the candidates seemed generally pretty active on the issues they cared about, with the biggest change possibly being a Wall Street Journal report discussing Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s feelings and meetings with the candidates. But at Politicker, we’re really just interested in Lady Gaga. That’s something you’re just going to have to deal with.
It’s time for the latest installment of our weekly scorecard for next year’s potential mayoral candidates, rating how they’ve been doing in recent days. Overall, this final week of summer hasn’t been particularly charged, but if one looks closely, a couple candidates can be spotted quietly laying the groundwork for their 2013 campaign apparatuses.
With fall upon us, Politicker plans to begin keeping score on how the top Democratic contenders for Gracie Mansion have been performing as the shadow campaign to replace term-limited Mayor Michael Bloomberg heats up.
Below you can find our ranking of who’s up and who’s down after a week of primary fights that many of the candidates jumped into. Note that is is only relative to where they stood in recent weeks, and is not an assessment of the likelihood that they will win, as that list–where Council Speaker Christine Quinn and former Comptroller Billy Thompson would be on top during these summer doldrums barring surprise developments–would be far less esoteric and far more boring!