Cuomo wants to "torpedo" a campaign finance system "he has thrived in." [Nick Reisman]
N.O.W. NYC wants Assemblyman Vito Lopez to resign following a report he made sleazy comments about a 14-year-old intern which led to a 9/11 call. [Celeste Katz]
His office has said, "The only events we have done this cycle are high-donor events."
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who made history this January when he was sworn in as New York's first openly gay member of Congress, is endorsing City Council Speaker Christine Quinn for mayor.
"New York's economy is on the right track," Governor Andrew Cuomo said yesterday in response to a jobs report from the state's labor department.
Mark Levine, who is running in a crowded City Council race in Northern Manhattan, has hired The Advance Group to be his lead consultants.
Next week will mark the official opening of the Muslim Democratic Club of New York, the first club of its kind in the city.
Three out of the four Democratic candidates for Manhattan borough presidents met at a candidate forum at Pace University in Lower Manhattan this morning.
A new NBC-WSJ-Marist poll shows support for freshman Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo is beginning to split more predictably along traditional party lines.
A "jerk" comment about Rudy Giuliani "startled the audience." [David Seifman]
The comment was the "most memorable moment" of a candidate forum. [Chris Bragg]
Headline: "Rudy Giuliani is Not a Jerk, Joe Lhota Says" [Jill Colvin]
Adolfo Carrion Jr. called himself a "social progressive" and "Northeastern Republican." [Grace Rauh]
At a Crain's forum for Republican mayoral candidates this morning, Carrion joked that everyone knows about his home in City Island and its "famous porch," because it's been in the news so often.