Campaign Roundup: John Liu’s campaign treasurer pled not guilty

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2013 Mayoral Race

John Liu’s campaign treasurer pled not guilty.

Bill Thompson suddenly now supports the living wage bill.

Bill de Blasio was able to capitalize on Christine Quinn’s living wage walkout.

State Senate

It’s looking more and more like ex-Sen. Antoine Thompson will challenge Tim Kennedy.

Sen. Neil Breslin says he’s not worried about his own recently announced primary challenger.

Harsh words were exchanged in the Senate yesterday over the distribution of “bullet aid.”

Manhattan

A look at Charlie Rangel’s last-ditch effort to keep his congressional seat.

Rangel’s rivals all made the ballot.

Queens

Councilwoman Margaret Chin endorsed State Sen. Toby Stavisky.

Rory Lancman and Dan Halloran got in a spat over the living wage bill.

Elsewhere

Sen Eric. Adams criticized Gov. Andrew Cuomo for not pushing harder for publicly financed campaigns.

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