On Sunday afternoon, Ken Thompson officially announced his campaign to unseat Joe Hynes as Brooklyn's district attorney.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced this afternoon that he will call a special election to replace senator Frank Lautenberg, who died yesterday morning.
The death of Senator Frank Lautenberg presents a political quandary for Gov. Chris Christie.
Eric Holder received a vote of confidence from Sen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday morning.
"There've been all kinds of accusations, but I haven't seen anything that would prevent him from continuing to do his job," said Schumer, in an appearance on "Meet the Press."
Andrew Cuomo ran for governor in 2010 promising the kind of showdown with government unions that the candidates for mayor of New York City have mostly avoided so far.
Arkansas senator Mark Pryor's first television ad of the 2014 cycle lets his constituents know that he won't be influenced by Michael Bloomberg.
Texas senator Ted Cruz didn't mention guns in his remarks to the New York Republicans' annual dinner last night, but he did hold forth on the subject in a conversation with me after the speech.
Texas senator Ted Cruz said he was sorry that Rep. Peter King couldn't make it to his big speech in Manhattan on Wednesday night.
"I have not met Mr. King, but I think it is unfortunate that he was not able to join us tonight," Cruz told reporters as he sat down to a plate of filet mignon, before his speech at the Hyatt in Midtown.
Bill Thompson doesn't think much of the public polls that show him stuck in the middle of the crowded Democratic field.
"I think these polls are wildly inaccurate, I think they will continue to be that, and I don't place--to be blunt about it--I pay almost no attention to them," Thompson told reporters after a speech at Hostos Community College. "They really don't matter."
On Tuesday afternoon, while her rivals were across the river debating education, Christine Quinn was busy greeting water-logged commuters on a soggy street corner in Brooklyn Heights.