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34 Facts About Eliot Spitzer
2. Eliot Spitzer was elected Governor of New York in 2006 by the largest margin of any candidate, but his tenure would last less than two years after it was uncovered he patronized a prostitution ring.
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3. Since leaving the governorship, Eliot Spitzer worked as a television host and an adjunct instructor at City College of New York, along with engaging in real estate activity and making private investments in a start-up company.
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4. Eliot Spitzer ran for New York City Comptroller in 2013, losing the Democratic nomination to the eventual winner, Scott Stringer.
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7. Eliot Spitzer stayed there for less than two years before leaving to join the New York County District Attorney's office.
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8. Eliot Spitzer joined the staff of Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau, where he became chief of the labor-racketeering unit and spent six years pursuing organized crime.
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12. In 2002 Eliot Spitzer ran for re-election and a second term as New York's Attorney General.
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14. On December 8, 2004, Eliot Spitzer announced his intention to seek the Democratic nomination for governor of New York.
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15. In January 2006, Eliot Spitzer selected New York State Senate minority leader David Paterson as his choice for lieutenant governor and running mate.
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16. The New York Post opined, "Eliot Spitzer promised reform, and delivered something completely different" and termed the budget itself "bitterly disappointing.
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17. Eliot Spitzer was criticized by members of the New York State Legislature for failing to compromise on issues during his first few months as governor.
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25. In September 2009, Eliot Spitzer joined the faculty of the City College of New York as an adjunct instructor of political science and taught an undergraduate course called "Law and Public Policy".
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26. Eliot Spitzer concluded the piece by saying that he hoped the Obama Administration would make the right policy choices, "although mistakes I made in my private life now prevent me from participating in these issues as I have in the past.
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28. Eliot Spitzer took on various public speaking arrangements, beginning with a discussion with the New York chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization on June 17, 2009.
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