COLORADO: The Denver Post: “A final, frantic effort is underway to get voters to the polls Tuesday in two state Senate districts where Democratic lawmakers face ouster for stricter gun laws passed in the 2013 legislative session. … The historic election — the first ever recall of a state lawmaker in Colorado history — led to several court challenges, including one that changed the elections from mail ballots to in-person voting in most instances.
NEW YORK: “After 10 months, 150 forums and $15 million in advertising, the Democratic primary for mayor is ending Tuesday in a cliffhanger — but not in a way that anybody had expected,” The New York Daily News writes. “Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, an also-ran just weeks ago, is close to winning the nomination outright Tuesday night, while Bill Thompson and Christine Quinn are battling for enough votes to force a runoff.
And get this… de Blasio said this to a voter in Harlem: “Would you like a picture with Dante?” The Daily News: That’s what “the relaxed front-runner asked a voter in Harlem while pointing to his son, whose star turn in de Blasio’s television ads has made him and his Afro well known around town.”
VIRGINIA: The Virginia Republican Party has a new web video on Cuccinelli’s education plans.