Eliot Spitzer's campaign for city comptroller unveiled a new Spanish-language ad this morning that takes a direct shot at his opponent, Scott Stringer, for supporting the term limits extension that allowed Mayor Michael Bloomberg to run for re-election in 2009.
At a forum hosted by the Council of Urban Professionals on Wednesday morning, Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer both pledged to make the city comptroller's office reflect New York City's diversity.
In their final televised debate on Tuesday night, the Democratic candidates for mayor tried to re-shuffle a race that has been dominated in recent weeks by Bill de Blasio.
President Obama's surprise request for congressional authorization of proposed airstrikes in Syria has, for the moment at least, scrambled the usual political allegiances in Washington.
As expected, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has become a central figure in the effort by some pro-gun groups to recall two Colorado state senators who helped to pass a package of new gun laws last year.
On Sunday morning, Secretary of State John Kerry revealed for the first time that the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons appears to have involved sarin gas.
Joe Lhota raised just over $164,000 in the latest three-week filing period, according to his latest filing with the city's Campaign Finance Board.
At a televised debate on Wednesday night, the first question for the three Republican candidates for mayor tried to put a personal twist on their unanimous support for stop-and-frisk: Would their opinions change if their own child was stopped?
Bill de Blasio thinks a "wellspring" of public support for his plan to tax the city's highest-earners, in order to pay for universal pre-kindergarten, will be enough to carry the idea in Albany.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg made front-page news in Colorado this morning, after financial disclosure forms showed he had donated $350,000 to help protect two Colorado state senators who are the targets of a recall vote next month.