Gov. Cuomo's Women's Equality Party rallied today at City Hall to tout its massive signature-gathering effort ahead of November's election, but it was one woman who ended up stealing the show.
Former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, in her first visit to City Hall since leaving office last year, made a surprise appearance at the rally, where she had a starring role as MC.
Quinn, wearing a stylish new cropped hairdo, her trademark brightly colored toe nail polish and an 'I Heart Pro-Choice New York" sticker, said she was "thrilled" to be working with the newly formed group.
"I really couldn't be having more fun that I am with the Women's Equality [Party]," she said.
Quinn and Cuomo are both faves with the New York City real estate industry, which has as much or more to do with Quinn's stumping for Cuomo as the Women's Equality Party ballot line the Cuomo camp put together.
One crook stumping for another crook.
Politics as usual.