City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said she's "in negotiations" over a bill that would create for the first time ever an inspector general's office for the NYPD.
Where the mayoral candidates get their money. [New York Times]
Rep. Carolyn Maloney endorsed Christine Quinn and said “She’ll be the first to be called Ms. Mayor of New York City." [Erin Durkin]
Maloney also praised Quinn as someone who gets results. [Andrew Grossman]
They agreed to disagree about the Paid Sick Leave bill. [Daniell Tcholakian]
The problem with reporting on local candidates' fund-raising before their complete filings are available is that reporters usually have to rely on numbers provided by the candidates themselves.
Alec Baldwin went on the offensive, with a lengthy piece on the Huffington Post attacking one of de Blasio's main rivals, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn.(1)
Christine Quinn helped Mayor Michael Bloomberg get a third term by extending term limits in 2008 and in an interview on MSNBC last night, she said that that term has been good for the city.
The United Federation of Teachers is proposing a dramatic reduction in the powers mayors have over the New York City public school system.(1)
City Council Speaker and Democratic mayoral candidate Christine Quinn opposes a plan presented today by the teachers union that would undo mayoral control, a spokesperson for her campaign said this afternoon.(2)
Liu has no problem with Bloomberg's use of mayoral authority, just with his money(1)
At 11:28 a.m. an email from "Christine C. Quinn" was sent from an email address linked to a QuinnforNewYork.ORG.
Color of Change today launched a petition drive urging Council Speaker Christine Quinn to allow a vote on paid sick leave.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn on Tuesday came out in support of more speed cameras at New York City intersections, but on the question of more red-light cameras, Quinn's staying mum.(2)
"You're a perfect live guest," said CNN host Piers Morgan to City Council Speaker Christine Quinn last night, during an interview about Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to ban large sugary drinks.
There was a great detail in a report on Christine Quinn's campaign launch from Jill Colvin, who noticed the City Council speaker slipping a few dollar bills, under a campaign flier, to a woman on Staten Island who seemed to be down on her luck.
"I'm waiting, Ms. Quinn."(1)