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IT’S ON LIKE DONKEY KONG IN THE 79AD — BLAKE, MICHAEL & ALVAREZ BATTLE

Well, it looks like the Bronx County Democratic organization has a major battle on its hands in the 79 Assembly District. This morning, the Appellate Division, First Department found no reason to disturb [Justice Carter’s] adoption of the referee’s report and … Continue reading

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GAME ON! Bronx Insurgent Michael Blake Makes the September Primary Ballot

As expected, Judge W. Carter affirmed the referee’s report in Jones v Blake. Michael Blake is on the ballot along with four other candidates. The judge adopted the report in whole, except for the oral argument portion of the written … Continue reading

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Bronx Insurgent Raises Astounding $198,000 War Chest

[This post has been edited.] This just in! Bronx Democratic insurgent and Obama acolyte Michael Blake raised an additional $38K bringing his fundraising total to nearly 200,000. Team Blake has spent an equally astounding $155,000 three weeks out from Primary … Continue reading

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Update!!! CAMPAIGN TRAIL: 32-Day Pre Primary Disclosure reports – 79 AD

The 32-Day Pre Primary Disclosure reports are going online at the NYS Board of Elections later this afternoon. [This post was edited 8/12/2014 at 12:18PM.] In the contested 79th AD: Marsha Michael, backed by the Bronx County Democrats, reported taking in $22,970 in … Continue reading

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CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Marsha Michael Picks Up Endorsement Steam | NY Daily News

Sorry, I missed this article by the DN’s State of Politics blogger Celeste Katz: In the 79th Assembly District in the Bronx, law clerk Marsha Michael added Transport Workers Local 100 to a lineup of support that already includes electeds … Continue reading

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Campaign Trail: Bronx Insurgent Michael Blake’s Residency Woes Continue

On Tuesday, I live-tweeted from the Bronx Board of Elections as the case challenging the residency of well-heeled insurgent Democrat, Michael Alexander Blake got under way. Blake, a former Obama White House and campaign aide, is running for the 79 … Continue reading

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Campaign Trail: “Michael Blake’s Change Agenda” Mailer

With a nod to the environment, the flyer urges readers to “please recycle after reading.” Continue reading

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CORRECTION: Lanita Jones IS [Knocked Off] ON the Ballot in the Bronx, 79AD

This blog entry has been edited to reflect corrected information. The author apologizes for the earlier misinformation. On Tuesday, the NYC Board of Elections commissioners held hearings on designating petitions for the September 9 Primary Election.  In the Bronx, Lanita … Continue reading

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79 AD (Bronx) Contenders Gather at Concourse Village Forum

Thursday night, I dropped by the Concourse Village Concerned Shareholders of NYC 79 AD Candidates Night which brought together four of the six announced contenders. Marsha Michael, the choice of the Bronx Democratic organization, was a notable no-show. Local businessman, … Continue reading

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Bronx Democrats, Public Advocate Letitia James, back two for state Assembly – NY Daily News

The Bronx Democratic Committee and Public Advocate Letitia James are throwing their support to two contenders for state Assembly. Lawyers Latoya Joyner and Marsha Michael are seeking to represent the 79th and 77th Assembly Districts, respectively. http://m.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailypolitics/1.1811509

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