Ed Koch admits defeat on redistricting.
There’s no consensus on a redistricting constitutional amendment among good government groups.
Citizens Union is a big fan of the deal.
A deal with Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now less about the lines themselves than about a constitutional amendment.
Sen. Roy McDonald may not be facing a primary challenge after all.
Even with new Senate lines, Lew Fidler’s residence still appears to be in Sen. John Sampson’s district.
There’s a lot of negative mail about Fidler that’s circulating.
David Storobin put out a Russian TV commercial featuring Rudy Guiliani.
Brooklyn GOP chair Craig Eaton is pushing for Bob Turner as a Senate candidate.
Sen. Adriano Espaillat, eying a run for Congress, had some controversial things to say about “cracking” the Latino population in northern Manhattan.
Cuomo is not happy with congressional lines drawn by the courts.
Could Nassau D.A. Kathleen Rice challenge Rep. Pete King?
The Buffalo News has more on Rep. Kathy Hochul’s decision not to primary fellow Democratic Brian Higgins, and take off a tough GOP field instead.
GOP Rep. Richard Hanna has a Tea Party primary challenge.
U.S. Senate candidate Wendy Long is getting flooded by oppo research.
The Independence Party is backing Kirsten Gillibrand.
Assemblyman Dan Burling is retiring.
So is Democratic Assemblyman Bob Reilly.
Sen. Suzi Oppenheimer’s chief of staff is running for Assembly.
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