President Obama has opened up a slim lead heading into tomorrow’s election, according to the final Washington Post-ABC News tracking poll.
Director of State Operations Howard Glaser said NYSEG’s post-Sandy performance has been “abysmal.”
Mayor Bloomberg’s PAC dropped another $1 million on a Connecticut House race.
The Somos el Futuro conference is proceeding in spite of Sandy, but a number of Democratic elected officials won’t be attending.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani: “FEMA is as much a failure now as at the time of Katrina.”
Sandy-themed attack ads lobbed at Mitt Romney by the environmental movement – too soon?
In his own fashion, Bloomberg commuted to work by subway this morning.
It took Sandy to make Cuomo a mass transit governor.
Considering Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s brand of feminism.
Bloomberg has named a director of housing recovery operations, who will be in charge of finding shelter for everyone displaced by Sandy.
The governor is robocalling for Sen. Steve Saland: “Steve is the 1st Republican I’ve ever endorsed. Give me a partner I can actually work with in Albany.”
NYC Councilman Eric Urlich’s state Senate campaign accused the Queens Board of Elections of obstruction in trying to localte alternate polling sites.
Greg David gets on the Joe Lhota 2013 bandwagon.
Orthodox Jewish groups, in particular, are upset over the storm-related changes in their poll site, which they insist is being done specifically to supress their votes.
Former Gov. George Pataki recorded robocalls for Rep. Nan Hayworth and Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks (the GOP NY-25 congressional candidate).
Pataki declined to predict whether the Republicans will retain their majority in the state Senate.
AH Eric Schneiderman urged voters to call his hotline at 800-771-7755 or email email@example.com at any time between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. to report problems at the polls.
Schneiderman launched an investigation into storm-related price gouging “after receive hundreds of complaints from consumers” across the state.
“It is one of the signature developments of Washington during the Obama years: a flourishing F-bomb culture.”
Rep. Paul Ryan’s back-up hair stylist reveals a secret: Fat Boy Perfect Putty.
Marijuana advocates have placed measures on ballots in six states dealing with the recreational or medical use of the drug, defying federal efforts to crack down on use where it’s already legal.
A group of Republican US senators say thousands of voter ballots are unlikely to reach military service members until after Election Day.
The third SUNY “report card” is now on-line.
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