In this edition: Kavanaugh slogs, Democrats win the primaries, Kathy Griffin re-emerges in attack ads, Mike Bloomberg misses Charlie Rose.
The attacks are audacious but not new.
Contractors accuse No Labels of dumping them to benefit Mark Penn.
Candidates down the ballot represented multiple establishment vs. insurgent battles in the Democratic Party.
Democratic nominating races in the state represented new battles between the party’s insurgent and establishment ranks.
Tuesday’s primaries set up a race that will produce either the state’s first openly gay or first black representative. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders’s son was far behind.
The two-term governor is favored over activist Cynthia Nixon, but his Albany allies down the ballot face stiffer liberal challenges.
Why did a left-wing insurgency fail in the First State?
He’s now favored to win a fourth term in the Senate.
"I will tell you, as your representative, I agree with this zero," Knight is recorded saying. "This is not a direction I think we should go."