Here’s one neat explanation of Eliot Spitzer’s move to create a new federal PAC, and of the new leverage it could give him.
From Democratic consultant Evan Stavisky:
“It’s pretty straightforward. In the new Congress, New York’s got a lot of strength and power in the congressional leadership of both houses. But New York’s traditional political strength was that it was a cash machine for federal candidates and the rest of the country…”
“At its core, it’s what politics is about: helping your friends and punishing your enemies. And this gives Governor Spitzer more opportunities to do this.”
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