And Chris Christie doesn't like it.
But was it an endorsement?
Bill Thompson's campaign can barely contain the excitement, we're sure.
Fred Richmond, godfather to Thompson's children, is a big Bloomberg fan.
In which Thompson is forced to compliment Pedro Espada and admit he's had a manicure.
He charged taxpayers for his nights in five-star hotels.
Don't you guys have, like, high taxes or something more important to consider?
The other guy, Chris Daggett, is gaining momentum as the major candidates get nasty.
Claims he's working out with a trainer.
Besides that infamous ad, he's literally running around a lot.
Were you one of the 2 percent of New Yorkers to elect John Liu and Bill de Blasio?
And by choice, we mean profane. Very, very profane.
John Liu and Bill de Blasio emerge victorious after a primary runoff election in which almost nobody voted.
Today is another day when most people won't be voting.
And he insists he's not lying about it.
"I didn't sign up for this," the governor told a luncheon yesterday.
From Reverend Billy Talen of the Green Party to Jimmy McMillan of the Rent Is Too Damn High party, here are the platforms of the lesser-known candidates for mayor, in their own words.
What other possible reason could there be for Obama to target David Paterson?
A new poll holds both good and bad news for the comptroller.