Given the failure of Vito Lopez's real political opponents to mount a write-in campaign for a credible candidate, Republican Richy Martinez looked to be the only Republican (other than those who cast a vote in the legislature for same sex marriage, or are running against a member of the Barron family) who was a sure-shot for a Gatemouth endorsement.
A lesson learned: “Rope a Dope” is NOT a good debate strategy.
At the Atlantic Antic nine year old Dybbuk asked "who was that guy who was pretending to like you."
Cuomo doesn't mind if any Republican uses his likeness in an ad, so long as it's accurate.
Hakeem Jeffries won a landslide mandate from the enrolled Democrats of the 8th Congressional District. Why is CBID inviting the Green Party candidate running against him to speak at their meeting?
It’s all over Facebook, but I can’t resist the opportunity to try to be first on the blogs:
Lincoln Restler is up by 53 and is declaring victory.
Democrats being Democrats, the organizational meeting of the Kings County Democratic Committee had its moments of contention.
Mitt Romney's new campaign slogan:
In most of the world, those who care about such things are a little bit surprised that Shelly Silver's married adult children are registered to vote from his apartment on Grand Street, but few are really shocked.
Apologies for this one being a few days late and a couple bucks short.
This is part two in a two-part series illustrating why almost everything you know about recent events in Brooklyn politics is wrong.
This is the first part of a (at least) two-part series on the topic of why almost everything you know about recent events in Brooklyn politics is wrong.