Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has tapped Stu Loeser to help with Lopez harassment case.
The state Capitol’s War Room will host a 9/11 exhibit through next month.
Rudy Giuliani is “upset” the 9/11 museum isn’t open yet, adding: “I know there is a deal. That’s what we were told last year, too… I hope it gets done. Somebody’s got to feel a sense of urgency about this. I do. I was here. I saw it happen.”
Giuliani recorded a last-minute robocall for a New Hampshire GOP gubernatorial candidate who’s likely to lose today’s primary.
Mitt Romney recalls his 9/11 experience.
A political yard sign design primary. (Capital Region only).
Rep. Charlie Rangel issued a lengthy rebuttal of Sen. Adriano Espaillat’s mailer attacking his primary opponent, Assemblyman Guillermo Linares, for his support of Rangel in the June 26 primary.
Heads up Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Hillary Clinton et al: Joe (Morning Joe) Scarborough plans on publishing a memoir that will serve as a vehicle to test the waters for a presidential run in 2016.
NY’s credit (in one area) is better than New Jersey’s for the first time in nearly two decades.
“William F. Boyland Jr., the four-term assemblyman representing the 55th district in Brooklyn, went on what for him might be described as a bill-drafting binge during the legislative session earlier this year – introducing a total of three measures in Albany.”
Boyland is just one of several incumbent downstate legislators who might lose their respective seats in Thursday’s primary. There are also a number of fights over empty seats worth watching.
The Rent is Too Damn High Party’s Jimmy McMillan is planning another NYC mayoral run.
“The fact that (Bill Clinton) is so visible (in Florida this week for Obama) certainly does nothing but help increase the speculation that Hillary will be considering 2016,” said Mitch Ceasar, chairman of the Broward Democratic Party.
While in Florida, Clinton will headline a fundraiser for Democratic congressional candidate Patrick Murphy, who is challenging Tea Party Rep. Allen West.
Both candidates in the 40th state Senate district race – GOP Sen. Greg Ball and Democrat Justin Wagner – are hoping to win the Green Party line through an opportunity to ballot in Thursday’s primary elections.
The NYS Bar Association and NYS Court System are marking the 50th anniversary of Family Court this Friday.
Manhattan Media is up for sale as Tom Allon eyes run for Mayor.
Teddy Roosevelt returns to North Creek.
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