The Morning Read: March 27, 2006

The Post reports Stephen Minarik has told KT McFarland to fire Ed Rollins from her campaign, and Ada Smith could face censure.

The Times reports that Hillary Clinton’s strategy for winning in 2008 might be winning in 2006.

The Albany Times Union reports that less than one in five donors to John Spencer’s campaign is from New York.

And the Sun reports that Charles Hynes plans to try Clarence Norman a fourth time.

—Nicole Brydson

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