Amid rumors of a primary challenge, some Rockland Dems are defending David Carlucci.
Unlike a decade ago, Senate Republicans are no longer reluctant to hold the primaries on Sept. 11.
2013 Mayoral Race
The Times looks at Council Speaker Christine Quinn’s close relationship with a Bolton-St. Johns lobbyist.
Scott Stringer will call for revamping the NYC tax code in his State of the Borough address.
Clyde Williams has $125,000 on hand for a possible Charlie Rangel challenge.
Liz Krueger categorically denied a Post report that she’s running for mayor.
Council members Erik Dilan and Tish James are no longer chairing the Brooklyn Council caucus.
GOP real estate lawyer Nachman Caller is willing to spend $50,000 to defeat Lew Fidler in his upcoming special electon.
Michael Grimm released a statement saying he never took illegal cash contributions.
Grimm is dodging reporters.
As Grimm’s troubles mount, his predecessor Rep. Mike McMahon wrote an op-ed.
Perhaps ex-GOP Rep. Vito Fosella is also interest in a run for Grimm’s seat?
It looks like there will be a GOP primary to take on Democratic Rep. Bill Owens.
Rep. Nan Hayworth has five different Democrats interested in running against her.
Democratic Rep. Kathy Hochul has $587,000 on hand.
Cuomo wants a primary date settled.
Republican Monroe County Exec Maggie Brooks won’t challenge Kirsten Gillibrand.
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