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POLITICO New York Playbook, presented by PhRMA: CUOMO's city view -- SPITZER tweaks Hillary -- MAGGIE HABERMAN bday

10/30/2015 07:50 AM EDT

By Azi Paybarah in Manhattan, Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, and Mike Allen in D.C., with Daniel Lippman

BREAKING -- DE BLASIO FINALLY ENDORSES CLINTON: From POLITICO's New York's Gloria Pazmino: Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Friday he is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president of the United States. After months of very publicly declining to endorse his former boss, arguing he needed to hear more about her progressive platform first, de Blasio said Clinton has finally developed her platforms enough to earn his endorsement. De Blasio made the announcement during MSNBC's Morning Joe.

"The candidate who I will believe can fundamentally address income inequality is Hillary Clinton," de Blasio said, adding he has been listening to her for the last five months and watching her position on income inequality "evolve." Host Mika Brzezinski asked what took him so long. "I think it is fair for any candidate to have to lay it out," de Blasio said.

CUOMO'S ON DE BLASIO'S NEW YORK - POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein: When Gov. Andrew Cuomo has talked about New York City in recent months, he has described a place that hasn't been seen for a generation. He has suggested that anti-police violence is reaching a historic peak, that Times Square is being sucked into a 1970s time warp, and that the homelessness problem was "resolved" before making a conspicuous comeback. "New York City is experiencing a significant homeless problem, there's no doubt about it," Cuomo said recently. "We had a terrible homeless problem. We resolved it. Now we're going back and we have a homeless problem spreading again."

If it's not always clear what Cuomo is talking about, it's pretty clear who he's talking at. Mayor Bill de Blasio, Cuomo's erstwhile friend, has been in office since 2014. And they haven't been getting along well. As de Blasio ramps up his 2017 re-election campaign and potential challengers take measure of his vulnerabilities, Cuomo is increasingly emphasizing how bad he thinks things are getting in the city.

-- Earlier this week in Kansas City, Cuomo said it was "way premature" to say whether or not he'll endorse de Blasio for mayor.

-- De Blasio's denunciation of Cuomo did not hurt the governor's poll standing in New York City.

-- "Cuomo Planning Role in National Gun Control Campaign," by Times' Alex Burns: "Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo intends to take a lead role in a broad campaign pressing for a crackdown on the improper dealing of firearms, swerving into national politics on an issue that has caused him some political heartburn in New York but has become a defining subject of the 2016 presidential campaign. Mr. Cuomo ... has pledged to throw his weight behind the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, one of the country's most prominent gun control groups, in an as-yet-unannounced effort demanding that the Justice Department more closely scrutinize so-called bad apple gun merchants ... Mr. Cuomo ... promised that his involvement in national gun politics would continue to deepen. He said he would hit the campaign trail in 2016 to emphasize the issue of gun violence, which he repeatedly called 'the big issue' in national politics."

SPITZER INTERVIEW -- "Eliot Spitzer Sharply Criticizes Hillary Clinton on 2007 Immigration Stance," by NYT's Maggie Haberman, a birthday girl today: "Eliot Spitzer, the former governor of New York whose plan for driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants was the source of a stumble in a debate for Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2007, is aggressively criticizing her for that moment, calling it a 'metaphor' for her soft support on the issue of immigration. Mr. Spitzer ... swung hard at Mrs. Clinton in an interview this week with David Axelrod ... who hosts a podcast for the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. ... Mr. Spitzer acknowledged that he is supporting one of Mrs. Clinton's opponents, Martin O'Malley, and dates the candidate's deputy campaign manager, Lis Smith. But he insisted that the moment was revealing overall about Mrs. Clinton." ... The podcast

NOT READY -- Like de Blasio, Council takes wait-and-see approach on Clinton -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: "I'm still hearing out the candidates' views on issues including criminal justice reform, police reform, minimum wage, and paid sick and family leave," said Councilman Donovan Richards of Queens. "I'm looking forward to more substantive policy rollouts." Despite the strong support of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, a POLITICO New York poll found the Council rank-and-file has yet to commit to Clinton. Of the Council's 47 Democrats, 22 said they are backing Clinton, including Margaret Chin and Steve Levin, who were included on Clinton's list.

-- Eleven Democrats said they were undecided, and 14 did not respond to requests for comment or declined to comment on the record. Councilman Rafael Espinal responded to the inquiry by texting a photo of himself and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, saying he was "feeling the Bern." SEE the poll:

Q-POLL: De Blasio leads would-be challengers, record high disapproval -- POLITICO New York' Azi Paybarah: In a contested Democratic primary, de Blasio's 41 percent is well ahead of any of his undeclared but talked about potential challengers - with City Comptroller Scott Stringer at 13 percent, Jeffries is at 7 percent and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is at 4 percent, according to the poll of registered voters released Thursday afternoon. More than 30 percent of the registered Democratic voters polled said they are undecided, don't know or wouldn't vote for the named candidates.

-- In a general election, de Blasio's 48 percent support would put him ahead of Michel Faulkner, the pastor and former Giants player who is seeking the Republican nomination, and Kelly, who led the New York Police Department for 12 years under Michael Bloomberg. According to the poll, Faulkner gets the support of 6 percent of voters, Kelly gets 28 percent and the remaining 19 percent of voters say they'd either choose "someone else," "wouldn't vote" or are undecided. ... Among all voters, de Blasio hit his highest disapproval rating ever - 46 percent, up from from 44 percent in the last Quinnipiac poll in August.

-- DNAinfo headline: "De Blasio Approval Ratings Near Record Lows, but He'd Still Win, Poll Finds"

-- CBS: "48 Percent Of Voters Don't Want De Blasio Re-Elected, But He Leads In 2017 Race"

-- Feud with de Blasio hasn't hurt Cuomo's numbers: Since June 30, Cuomo has done 44 events in New York City, with eight appearances on NY1 and three on Lehrer's show, according to the governor's office.

And on Thursday, Cuomo could see some results: Quinnipiac University released a poll of New York City voters showing the governor's job approval rating in the city is at 63 percent among all voters, 66 percent among Democrats and 68 percent among black voters. The poll, which surveyed 1,155 voters, had a 2.9 percent margin of error. Cuomo's approval, per Quinnipiac, is up from 58 percent in early August, but still down from 71 percent in January, when he began his second term.

-- Asked if they thought Cuomo cares about the needs and problems of city residents, 54 percent of all voters in the latest poll said yes, including 55 percent of Democrats, 55 percent of white voters, 51 percent of black voters and 58 percent of Hispanic voters.

-- Related: De Blasio said it was "premature" to ask whether or not he's backing Governor Cuomo for re-election in 2018. Daily News's Jennifer Fermino:

DE BLASIO KICKS OFF FOR 2017, OFFICIALLY - POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias: On Thursday night at the Sheraton hotel in Midtown, Mayor Bill de Blasio held his inaugural campaign fundraiser for his 2017 re-election campaign, more than two years before he'll face New York city voters again at the ballot box in his quest for a second term. A campaign spokesman said de Blasio expected more than 300 supporters at the hotel Thursday night, and would raise roughly $1 million for the campaign fund... But on Thursday night, supporters traveling to eat hors d'oeuvres with de Blasio and hear his nascent stump speech had to slink past a wall of non-supporters - two camps of protesters who'd stationed themselves near the hotel's entrance to picket.

About 45 other protesters carrying a variety of signs and some Palestinian flags marched in a circle, separately, and aired a kitchen sink's worth of grievances with the mayor who they said has revealed himself during 22 months in office as a "fake progressive." Some were upset about de Blasio's plans to build new housing on New York City Housing Authority land. Some were upset about gentrification. Others decried de Blasio's criminal justice policies. Others felt he was too supportive of Israel. ... The entire group chanted "Broken Windows, That's a Lie, Stop and Frisk is Genocide," and later, "cocktails for the rich, no housing for the poor," and even, briefly, "Fuck the Post," an anti-New York Post chant, after one man declared his antipathy for the newspaper...

-- Earlier Thursday, de Blasio dismissed the protesters as uninformed. "You know I find it fascinating that some people weren't paying attention in the year 2013," de Blasio said of the planned protest. "I have believed in Broken Windows all along. And I believe in quality-of-life policing. And I actually think it's a progressive position to believe in it. ... they can protest all they want but I've had this view for years and it's not changing." POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias:

-- Inside the fund-raiser: "Among the de Blasio supporters at the cocktail reception were actress Cynthia Nixon, former Brooklyn borough president Marty Markowitz and power lobbyist Sid Davidoff." News' Jennifer Fermino:

-- Observer headline: "There Are Liberals Who Want to Stop Bill de Blasio."

-- amNY editorial: "De Blasio is not the first politician to be labeled a sellout, but he probably didn't expect his tale of two cities to lead to calls for the guillotine."

-- Donors: "In the first half of 2015, real-estate developers and firms gave about $800,000 to the Campaign for One New York, a nonprofit advocacy group run by de Blasio allies-an amount more than any other industry has contributed and much more than they gave in 2014, according to disclosure reports. ... Over the same months, the Campaign for One New York spent about $700,000 on political consultants, national travel and research as the mayor worked to bolster his progressive agenda-and profile." WSJ's Josh Dawsey:

-- Flashback, Sept. 24: "Since its inception on Dec. 12, 2013, the operation known as Campaign for One New York has accepted $3.87 million from dozens of real estate developers, unions and others who do business with City Hall. The setup allows the mayor to raise money outside the regulations of the city Campaign Finance Board." POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg and Laura Nahmias:

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The problem is - no offense, not only the media - but folks do feel a certain way when a cop dies, that we can't talk about police reform right now." -- Councilman Antonio Reynoso.

BONUS QUOTE OF THE DAY: "It's not a step backwards; it's a lurch backwards," Jonathan Gradess, executive director of the New York State Defenders Association, said of de Blasio's proposed bail reforms.

PIC OF THE DAY: Sandra Lee's Halloween costume.

BONUS PIC OF THE DAY: Councilman Corey Johnson and #UberKittens:

DISCOVERY OF THE DAY: "Tour The NYPD's Scary Haunted Basement In A Brooklyn Police Station" - via Gothamist

RETIRING: Longtime Citigroup lobbyist Mary Griffin is retiring after 15 years as the bank's government affairs representative in New York. She will become a consultant to the Albany firm Griffin Associates. Before working at Citi, she was a lobbyist with the American Insurance Association and served in the Mario Cuomo administration at the Department of Insurance. Taking over as Citi's new lobbyist is Jerry Jennings , formerly a partner at Wilson, Elser and son of the former Albany Mayor, Jerry Jennings.

TABS -- Post: "HILLARY'S CAMPAIGN IN THE TOILET: Staff locked in loo, tweets for rescue" -- News: "MR. FRET: Even shrinks say 'Ya still gotta believe'" -- amNY: "WHAT A WEEKEND: Mets in World Series, the NYC Marathon AND Halloween ... " -- El Diario [translated] Neighborhood Report, East Harlem: How to improve quality of life in the area

FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 4-col. below the fold: "Charter School's 'Got to Go' List Singled Out Difficult Students" -- WSJNY, 2-col. above the fold: "Developers Fuel Political Group Backing Mayor" -- Hamodia: "Voters Give de Blasio Mixed Marks in Poll" and "Hundreds of Dead NYers Got Enrolled in Medicaid, Obamacare" -- Epoch Times: "NYC MARATHON: New York's Ultimate Endurance Test"

LOCAL -- Queens Chronicle, south: "HOW FAR WE'VE COME: A look at how South Queens has recovered from Sandy" -- QC, eastern: "SHUTOUT: CB 13 votes down Chabad center 38-0" -- Southeast Queens Press: "FACING OFF: Assembly District 29 Candidates Debate in South Jamaica" -- Times Ledger: "Van Bramer backs tolling for free bridges" -- Brooklyn Weekly: "Locals fume over bus fumes"

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TRYING SILVER'S CHARACTER - Times' Benjamin Weiser: "When the federal corruption trial of State Assemblyman Sheldon Silver begins next week, his lawyers are likely to be aggressive in cross-examining government witnesses, or objecting when they believe a prosecutor has gone too far. But the defense could be more cautious in one area: declaring that Mr. Silver was a man of good character. It may seem like a counterintuitive strategy. Mr. Silver, a Democrat from Lower Manhattan, served for two decades as the Assembly speaker, becoming one of the most powerful and well-known politicians in New York State. Even after Mr. Silver was arrested in January, Mayor Bill de Blasio, a fellow Democrat, told reporters that he had 'always known Shelly Silver to be a man of integrity.' But in recent weeks, Mr. Silver's lawyers and the government have engaged in a delicate dance over what aspects of the lawmaker's character may be raised before the jury - a discussion that is likely to continue as the trial progresses, in whispered sidebars or without jurors present."

SOLARCITY TUMBLES - Wall Street Journal's Chelsey Dulaney: "SolarCity Corp. on Thursday reported a wider-than-expected loss in its third quarter and said it plans to focus on cutting costs next year. Shares of SolarCity tumbled 19% in after-hours trading. SolarCity, the solar power company chaired by Elon Musk , said it wants to improve its cash flow and is no longer targeting the same growth levels going forward. The company said it will announce "meaningful reductions" to its 2017 cost targets by its next earnings report. Solar companies have been ramping up installations in the U.S. ahead of a reduction in a key federal tax credit in 2017, when a renewable energy tax credit is scheduled to drop to 10% from 30%. Like its industry peers, SolarCity, which went public in 2012, has been expanding internationally to soften the expected effect of a slowdown in U.S. installations due to the tax credit reduction."

SCOOP -- NY13 candidate Adam Clayton Powell, IV receives award: The former member of the City Council and Assembly who is running for the congressional seat being vacated by Rep. Charlie Rangle next year, will receive the 2015 Chairman's Award for Leadership, during the Dominican American National Roundtable's 18th Annual National Conference, his campaign announced. In a statement, Powell, son of Rangel's predecessor, former congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., said, "I am humbled and honored to receive such a significant award" and "The pride I feel cannot be overstated." The organization advocates on behalf of Dominicans throughout the United States. The organization was co-founded and previously led by Adriano Espaillat, a State Senator who is expected to enter the NY-13 race, making his third bid for the seat. -- Azi

PUSHING POLICE REFORM BILLS -- Councilman Antonio Reynoso continues effort after officer's death -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: "I am still speaking freely on these pieces of legislation," said Councilman Antonio Reynoso, a freshman Democrat who represents parts of Brooklyn. "I think they are important and they have nothing to do with what happened to that officer." Officer Randolph Holder, 33, a five-year veteran of the NYPD, was fatally shot in the head while chasing an armed suspect in East Harlem last week. "I think whether our laws passed or not, that shooting might have still happened," Reynoso said. "There is nothing that we can do about it, it's an unfortunate situation and we are all very sad about it, but it has nothing to do with reforming the police department."

Reynoso is one of the primary sponsors of a set of bills known as the Right to Know Act, a bill that would require an officer to obtain proof-of-consent before searching a person. "We feel like we have a lot of leverage, and we are going to use that leverage to try to get this thing passed," he said. Currently, Reynoso's proposal has a majority of the Council, with 27 sponsors, while Torres' bill has a total of 30 sponsors.

-- Speaker MM-V undecided: "All legislation goes through a process," Mark-Viverito told reporters during an unrelated press conference on Thursday. "We engage with the sponsors and we engage with our colleagues and we are still in those conversations so it's going through the normal legislative process, and we are engaging with the administration as well." Reynoso declined to criticize Mark-Viverito, who ran for speaker on a pledge to empower members, for failing to bring the bill to the floor, suggesting it will be Mayor Bill de Blasio who finds himself in a difficult position after the legislation is passed.

-- Related: "City's top lawyer: Police reforms going 'as well as anyone might imagine'" POLITICO New York's Colby Hamilton:

COMING TO A TV NEAR YOU -- Television show loosely based on Ray Kelly in development -- POLITICO New York's Azi Paybarah: A television show based loosely on Ray Kelly, the former New York City police commissioner, is being developed by the Mark Gordon Company for ABC, Variety reported Thursday afternoon. The show is described by the trade publication as "a terrorism crime drama" that "follows two Joint Terrorism Task Force Agents, a FBI Special Agent and a NYPD detective, both very different people with secrets who are thrown together to solve the terror crime of the century before it happens. Their target is a man who knows everything about terror because he was designed to sow it. Two of these people know each other intimately - but not the ones you think, or in the way you think."

RANGEL AND MALONEY FUME AS MTA SLASHES 2ND AVE. SUBWAY FUNDING - Observer's Ross Barkan: "Two members of Congress said they were 'deeply concerned' this afternoon following the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's plan to slash $1 billion in funding from the proposed Second Avenue subway. Congressman Charles Rangel and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, two Democrats who represent Manhattan neighborhoods where the subway is being built or is supposed to eventually reach, said the authority was making a 'huge mistake.' 'While we are delighted that the state and city were able to reach an agreement to move the MTA's capital plan forward, we are deeply concerned that roughly one-half of the reduction in the cost of plan ... is coming from the Second Avenue subway,' the veteran lawmakers said."

BIRTHDAYS -- Maggie Haberman of the Times ... and Bill Mahoney of POLITICO New York! -- Saturday: Nicole Burdette Abrosino of MLB Advance Media, a die-hard Mets fan and a Queens Tribune alum ... former News scribe Joe Mahoney ... Kim DiTomasso, Democratic consultant and fund-raiser ... lobbyist Steve Williams -- Sunday: John Seeley, weekend editor at Newsweek, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and New York Sun ... lobbyist David Wallace Levers.

-- Belated birthdays, this week: Robert George, associate editorial page editor at the Post, and arguably the funniest journalist in New York City ... Chet Whye, Jr., campaign director at Harlem4Obama 2012 ... Frank Carone, counsel to the Brooklyn Democratic County Organization!

MEDIA MORNING - "New York Times Looks for Ways to Fight Ad Blocking," by WSJ's Nathalie Tadena: "'We oppose ad blocking,' New York Times Co. Chief Executive Mark Thompson said Thursday during an earnings call to discuss the company's third-quarter results. ... He said the Times is less vulnerable than other publishers to the impact of ad blockers because it also generates revenue from digital subscriptions. Still, the company is exploring a 'number of options,' including technical solutions, to mitigate ad blockers 'should the threat increase.'"

REAL ESTATE -- BEHIND THE DEAL-"How Stuy Town was won," by Real Deal's Konrad Putzier: "In August 1947, as the first tenants were moving into Stuyvesant Town- Cooper Village, workers installed a small metal plaque on the west side of its central oval footpath. It was dedicated to Frederick Ecker, president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and developer of the giant housing complex. Ecker, the plaque read, had 'brought into being this project, and others like it, that families of moderate means might live in health, comfort and dignity in parklike communities, and that a pattern might be set of private enterprise productively devoted to public service.'

"The inscription became a mantra for the 11,200-apartment complex, which, even as Manhattan became increasingly unaffordable, remained a rent-stabilized oasis for the middle class. But in 2002, the plaque was quietly removed. Four years later, MetLife sold Stuy Town to developer Tishman Speyer and fund manager BlackRock, who planned to aggressively convert units to market-rate. Families of moderate means were suddenly of low priority.

"The plaque is still missing today, more than five years after Tishman Speyer surrendered the property. But last week, its message got a new lease on life: As part of a new $5.3 billion deal to buy the 80-acre complex, fund managers Blackstone Group and Ivanhoe Cambridge agreed to keep 5,000 of its apartments affordable for at least 20 years."

EMINENT DOMAIN-"De Blasio's top attorney on eminent domain," by POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg: "The de Blasio administration is willing to use eminent domain in certain circumstances to advance its affordable housing plans, the mayor's top lawyer said Thursday. Zachary Carter, the city's corporation counsel, was asked about eminent domain by an audience member attending a Citizens Budget Commission breakfast where Carter had delivered a speech on reforms to the NYPD."

MONEY MATTERS-"Thirty-five years and $7 billion later, World Trade Center rebuilding expected to finally pay off," by Crain's Daniel Geiger: "The World Trade Center site will pay for itself in two decades, according to a new report by New York University. NYU's Rudin Center, which focuses on transportation and infrastructure, released a study Thursday showing that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will be able to recoup the nearly $7 billion it is anticipated to invest in the rebuilding of the 16-acre site. ...

"Although public perception of the WTC site has improved in recent years as construction has neared completion and the site has attracted office tenants, tourists and shoppers, the rebuilding, which fell years behind schedule and clocked in billions of dollars over budget, had been widely viewed as a financial sinkhole for the bistate agency."

UP IN THE AIR-"Proposal Gives Midtown Landmarks Air-Rights Flexibility," by WSJ's Josh Barbanel: "St. Patrick's Cathedral and other city landmarks may be able to sell so-called air rights valued at up to $1 billion or more to developers across a large portion of Midtown, under a proposal aired Thursday. The transactions would come with a catch: The city would keep 20% to 40% of the proceeds and put them in a fund for public improvements. The proposal was part of a package of recommendations submitted Thursday by a city steering committee to the City Planning Commission."

THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Hawks 112, Knicks 101: A day after crushing the Bucks, the Knicks returned to earth against a very strong Hawks team. Carmelo Anthony scored 25 in the defeat.

-- More important: Thabo Sefolosha, who is suing the city for $50 million thanks to some brutality from the NYPD, returned and spoke about what the past six months have taught him.

-- The day ahead: Noah Syndergaard takes the mound for Game 3 of the 2015 World Series at Citi Field, with the Royals ahead in the best-of-seven, 2-0. The Nets are in San Antonio.

--"Cuomo Cancels Fund-Raisers at Mets' World Series Games," by Times' Jesse McKinley: "Scolded in the editorial pages and by government watchdog groups, and apparently facing a swell of playoff-and-politics-hungry fans, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's campaign has canceled a pair of planned big-money fund-raisers at the New York Mets' World Series games this weekend. The cancellation came after Mr. Cuomo was criticized for asking donors to pay $5,500 to attend showdowns between the Mets and the Kansas City Royals on Friday and Saturday at Citi Field in Queens. The $5,500 price tag - the equivalent of about 850 hot dogs on an average night at Citi Field - included a pregame reception with the governor, who earlier this week used a private jet with the Mets owners, Fred and Jeff Wilpon, to attend the first game of the Series in Kansas City, Mo."

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