A good old-fashioned sing-a-long
Man, we never get invited to the good parties!
Thanks to our morning email update from City & State First Read, we just found out that Pol Position missed out on a Congressman Joseph Crowley annual...
Surprise! Marty shows up in Queens
For us here at Pol Position, Marty Markowitz is the only Brooklyn borough president we've ever known, so we don't really know how previous presidents of Kings County compare to Marty Mark's tireles...
For Queens GOP, it's North vs. South
Two is always better than one, right? Well, if you're a member of the Queens County Republican Party, let's hope that's the case.
Yes, the dysfunctional Queen County Republican Party, which despite...
GOP operative gets his day in court
John Haggerty and brother Bart have been active in the continuing battle for control of the Queens County Republican party since what feels like the Nixon administration.
But this week John, who h...
The debate rages on...or does it?
We don’t want to get anyone in trouble – but one of our Pol Position operatives (okay, unpaid high school intern) had a close eye on this paper's Maspeth office last Monday night after dark at the ...
Was there an endorsement in there?
Talk about the lingering effects of Hurricane Irene!
Assemblyman and congressional candidate David Weprin bowed out of a scheduled debate against opponent Bob Turner in Queens on Monday night, with...
GOP shakeup on the horizon?
Let the jockeying for control of the Queens County Republican Party officially begin.
Or rather, perhaps we should say officially “heat up” for this election season, because the jockeying has been ...
In some ways, we're just like Ed Koch
Well, the Democrats have settled on Assemblyman David Weprin - or at least the party bigs have decided on Weprin, the voters don't really get a choice - as their candidate to run in the September 1...
Cuomo in charge
What the hell is happening up in Albany?!
After years of doing essentially nothing, the State Legislature was actually able to take action on one of the most controversial issues in not only New Yo...