This morning's Ithaca Journal is quiet on Dryden, though maybe we wouldn't want a story about eleven feet of snow.
There are two pieces on the current situation in New York State politics. Yancey Roy tells the general story of the comptroller's race, and I think his conclusion nails the key problem in the legislature today:
Almost no one envisions a scenario in which the political leaders just say: here are all the candidates, every one of you just vote for the one you think is best.
On the opinion page, Jay Gallagher looks at odds of a Democratic takeover in the State Senate.Posted by simon at February 12, 2007 12:34 PM in Ithaca Journal , politics (state)