The latest campaign news from the five boroughs and beyond:
Draft redistricting maps put the 63rd Senate seat in the capital/mid-Hudson region, offering a chance for wealthy GOP Assemblyman George Amedore to run.
75 percent of respondents to an online poll support the formation of the Independent Democratic Conference.
After selling his Senate seat, Carl Kruger bought it back.
2013 Mayor’s Race
A couple News Corp. employees gave donations to Christine Quinn.
Video of Peter Koo defecting to the Democrats.
Koo says Democrats are doing more for minorities than the GOP.
Queens Democratic chair Joe Crowley refused to take shots at Queens Republicans.
Lew Filder says his Senate race isn’t comparable with David Weprin’s congressional race.
The publisher of the New York Liberty Star wants to run for Fidler’s Council seat.
The Manhattan GOP’s Lincoln Day dinner will feature Rep. Bob Turner this year, after getting burned last year by Donald Trump.
Cliff Stanton, who is running for term-limited Councilman Oliver Koppell’s seat, bashed the Bronx Dems.
GOP Senate hopeful George Maragos calls possible opponent Marc Cenedel’s blog “shocking.”
Kirsten Gillibrand had harsher words about the blog.
The Conservative Party’s annual PAC conference starts Sunday, and is attracting some big names.
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