2013 Mayoral Race
A look at the candidates’ positions on stop-and-frisk.
Scott Stringer broke away from the 2013 crowd by calling for an end to the practice.
The Daily News continues to hit Bill Thompson and John Liu for unpaid campaign poster signs.
Bill de Blasio is behind the creation of the new Latino congressional district.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said there is no agreement on redistricting of congressional lines and he does not expect a vote this week.
Good government groups are split about whether to cut a deal on redistricting.
Democratic Senate candidate/Mark Grisanti challenger Chuck Swanick says he was approached by the Conservative Party about taking its line.
That development could lead to the reemergence of former Republican Assemblyman Jack Quinn for Grisanti’s seat.
The Niagara County Conservative Party is not happy about the decision.
Assemblymen Carl Heastie, the Bronx Democratic chair, and Keith Wright, the Manhattan party chair, are at odds over redrawing Rep. Charles Rangel’s district, with each eyeing a run in it later.
Rep. Michael Grimm got even more bad press
A slideshow of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sharply diverging comments on redistricting.
Six members of the state’s congressional delegation have spent $169,000 lobbying for better congressional lines.
RWDSU’s Stuart Appelbaum is upset with possible congressional/comptroller/mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrion.
GOP U.S. Senate candidate Wendy Long is ramping up efforts to woo Republican county chairs.
The police were called to break up a protest at Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle’s campaign office.
Rep. Kathy Hochul has enjoyed solid fundraising numbers.
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