WASHINGTON — Twenty-four hours later, the political storylines pretty much remain the same.
Senate Democrats don’t have the votes to advance their voting-rights bill.
New York City Democrats don’t have a definitive winner in their mayoral primary — at least not yet.
And the bipartisan infrastructure talks haven’t produced a clear way to pay for the increased spending.
But there has been some movement on each story.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., voted with all other Senate Democrats on the voting-rights bill to create a unified front (though one that still can’t get past a GOP filibuster).
Frontrunner Eric Adams holds a strong lead in the New York Democratic primary for mayor, but we won’t see the final results until next month (see below).
And tonight, per NBC’s Mike Memoli and NBC’s Capitol Hill team, top Biden White House officials will be meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to…