As promised, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has contributed to the cause of two Colorado legislators facing a recall election next month for their support of new gun laws.
Scott Stringer's campaign for city comptroller released a list of meetings of the New York City Employee Retirement System that he personally attended, after a conference call by Eliot Spitzer's campaign questioned his participation in the fund.
Kirsten Gillibrand sent out a fund-raising email this morning to help a Colorado Democrat who is the subject of a recall election for casting a crucial vote in favor of new gun laws.
Eric Schneiderman's persistence in pursuing the nation's biggest banks has made him something of a hero to a certain sort of well-informed liberal.
Randi Weingarten isn't sold on Bill de Blasio's plan for universal pre-kindergarten.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney thinks the best reason for women to support Christine Quinn isn't because she's the only female candidate in the mayoral race, or because she could become the first woman to serve as mayor.
On Sunday morning, "Meet the Press" featured a one-on-one talk with Cory Booker about race in America.
President Obama's bus tour made a swing through western and central New York today, starting with a speech about higher education to a rowdy crowd at the University of Buffalo.
After endorsing Bill Thompson and his plans to reform the education system on Thursday afternoon, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries also said Thompson is the best candidate to overhaul the police department's controversial stop and frisk policy.