The Morning Read: May 11, 2006

The Daily News reports on Eliot Spitzer’s close relationship with CNBC’s James Cramer; and David Yassky is scrutinized for developer donations.

The Post writes that Al Gore is worth enough to launch a presidential campaign, thanks to his ties to Google; and George Pataki and George Bush have low job approval ratings in New York, 30% and 24%, respectively.

Cory Booker will soon turn his attention to the Newark Police Department, reports the Times; and Tom Suozzi debates alone.

—Nicole Brydson

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