Eliot Spitzer asks for forgiveness, seeks public office

Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who resigned five years ago amid a prostitution scandal, has announced his candidacy for New York City comptroller, a powerful position that oversees the city's public pension funds. One of Spitzer's rivals for the post is Kristin Davis, the ex-madam turned Libertarian politician who once supplied the then-governor with high-priced call girls. “This is going to be the funnest campaign ever,” Davis said.

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