The Morning Read: Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Mike Bloomberg may be eyeing a race for governor instead of president, the Post reports.

Electronic voting may be ready for the 2008 elections in New York.

Bloomberg said the press should hold presidential candidates more accountable.

The AP thinks Bloomberg “talks in circles” about running for president.

A memo from Eliot Spitzer details why gay marriage should be legalized.

Andrew Cuomo is investigating a potential scandal involving Alan Hevesi.

Bloomberg gave himself an A on living up to campaign promises.

New York may get electronic voting machines in time for the 2008 elections.

There is more on Peter Kalikow’s resignation here.

Parents lost a court fight to allow kids to take cell phones to school.

Rich Lowry looks at Rudy Giuliani’s “abortion contortions.”

David Saltonstall has info on Rudy Giuliani’s birthday parties.

John McCain is talking more about his abortion record.

President Edgar Bronfman resigned from the World Jewish Congress.

A member of Bloomberg’s security detail passed away.

Jonathan Chait explains why we lovetough-guy politicians.

Ryan Grim explains why minority consultants are still overlooked.

The Wall Street Journal has information about The Thomson Corporation’s bid to buy Reuters [subscription].

And Ben says the Democratic field is a missing a white guy on the right.