Spitzer Gets On Primary Ballot
NEW YORK, NY -- Well, he did it.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer met the deadline and number of signatures needed to get on the Democratic primary ballot for New York City Comptroller. Spitzer says more than 27,000 signatures were submitted ahead of the midnight deadline. He only needed a little more than 3,700 valid signatures to get on the ballot.
It's his first foray back into politics after he resigned amid a prostitution scandal in 2008.