Spitzer eyes a Senate run

Spitzer’s Redemption Strategy
by Lloyd Grove

Eliot Spitzer is making fresh noises about running against Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in New York. Lloyd Grove on how Client 9’s Colbert Report appearance was a big step in his return from political purgatory.

For a guy who insists he’s not plotting a comeback, Eliot Spitzer sure looks like he’s ready to run for something.
The 50-year-old former governor of New York, who quit in March 2008 after a federal investigation of a prostitution ring caught him patronizing the high-priced talent, has been working hard to repair his shattered image-this week making two back-to-back appearances in which he confronted his scandalous past head-on.

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