Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he’ll back both Democrats and Republicans on a case-by-case basis.
Rep. Charlie Rangel re-affirmed his support for Guillermo Linares’ Senate bid.
Julie Menin has already maxed out on fundraising for the Manhattan BP race.
Simcha Felder is in talks with a top GOP operative about managing Felder’s campaign – perhaps indicating the Senate GOP is behind his candidacy.
Opponent David Storobin continued to hit golf balls during a Jewish prayer at a recent charity outing.
Andrew Gounardes’ Senate campaign keeps hammering away on the Marty Golden/Feminine Presence story.
Sean Patrick Maloney announced his campaign team against Nan Hayworth.
Cuomo’s next big push will be for campaign finance reform.
The New York City Board of Elections is chafing at criticism, but nonetheless is seeking improvements.
Mayor Bloomberg mocked the Board of Elections (again.)
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