Gov. Eliot Spitzer
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and his wife have resolved all issues as they part ways after 26 years of marriage, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer and his wife announced Tuesday that they have decided to split up.
Gillibrand, who rarely endorses in a Democratic primary, said on Monday that Stringer is “clearly the best choice” for the financial watchdog position. She singled out Stringer’s “temperament and judgment,” praise that was likely a swipe at the former New York governor’s track record.
A representative said the couple’s decision was “mutual and amicable.”
Six of the 12 jurors sent a note to the judge Wednesday saying one of the jurors decided within the first 10 minutes of their meeting that he or she would not deliberate.
Director Alex Gibney speaks to CBS 2’s Rob Morrison about “Client 9,” his new documentary that examines the rise and fall of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer.
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer said he will back Democrat Andrew Cuomo come November, but it sure didn’t sound like much of an endorsement.