The political ramp-up of Chelsea Clinton, continued

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Chelsea Clinton. (Rob Reed via flickr)
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Washington

Chelsea Clinton will be the keynote speaker at a Dec. 10 breakfast hosted by the Association for a Better New York. [ABNY]

"running for congress soon!" [@JenChung]

A reader wonders what Clinton may be running for, and draws a parallel to Caroline Kennedy's troubled senate bid. [Leonie Haimson]

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Earlier this month, Chesea Clinton visited the Rockaways with Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner. [Azi Paybarah]

In September, Clinton attended a Manhattan event honoring New York State Senator Eric Schneiderman and the head of the powerful Hotel and Motels Trade Council, Peter Ward. [Azi Paybarah]

At the time, Ben Smith noted her attendance by saying, "Running…" [@BuzzFeedBen]

Albany

The Nation thinks Cuomo ought to be more of a Democrat, which tees him up nicely for his next appearance on Fred Dicker's radio show. [Katrina vanden Heuvel]

The "institutional left" will get the Independent Democratic Conference to fall in line with the regular Democrats, says Errol Cockfield. [Inside City Hall]

Cuomo formally announced the state will miss another deadline for approving or banning franking. [Nick Reisman]

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced he will track charities raising money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. [Colin Campbell]

State Senator Michael Gianaris said Republicans are purposely dragging their feet on the recount in the 46th District. [Nick Reisman]

2013 / City Hall

An Appellate Court upheld a lower court's decision requiring City Hall to turn over emails sent between the mayor's office and Cathie Black, who served as schools chancellor for only three months. [Lisa Fleisher]

"A Districting Commission spokeswoman said Randall’s Island was grouped with Queens in order to make Ms. Mark-Viverito’s district more Hispanic." [Chris Bragg]

More on Tom Allon's Jewish credentials. [Yosi Gestetner]

And The Wave, a Rockaway institutionwill print its first edition since the storm on Friday. [Lisa Colangelo]