There are only a few days left until New Yorkers will have one of their biggest questions answered: who will replace Anthony Weiner in Congress?
One possibility is Republican Bob Turner. The other is Democrat David Weprin.
Media organizations are keeping tabs on who is supporting whom.
Politico reported earlier this week that Weprin received donations from Democratic National Committee chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, and Democratic Congressional Committee chairperson Steve Israel, based on filings with the Federal Election Commission.
The Los Angeles Times reported that Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand endorses Weprin.
The LA Times also reported that former New York City mayor Ed Koch endorses Turner.
The Daily Caller reported that another former New York City mayor, Rudy Giuliani, is also endorsing Turner.
Congress is in dire need of business leaders like Bob Turner, not another career politician, Giuliani said, the Daily Caller reported. This country needs to start creating jobs again and Bob Turner has the national and international business know-how to help move us in that direction.
The New York Post has endorsed Turner.
The New York Times endorsed Weprin in an editorial last week.
Mr. Weprin would represent the district with far more expertise, sensitivity and fiscal rationality, the newspaper wrote.
The Siena Research Institute released poll results on Friday showing that Turner holds a six-point lead over Weprin.
With four days until election day, this race is going down to the wire, pollster Steven Greenberg said in a press release. While Turner leads and has momentum on his side, this is still a heavily Democratic district and in a low turnout special election, the campaigns' get-out-the-vote operations are going to be key. There's still a lot of campaigning yet to happen.