The Morning Read: Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Sorry for this late, runty morning round-up. The laptop is acting fussy…

Micah Sifry looks at the fight that has damaged Barack Obama’s once-impressive MySpace page.

Hillary Clinton changes her flight plans a lot.

Arizona Republicans are staying neutral in the presidential primary, which is a boost to Rudy Giuliani.

David Saltonstall says Giuliani’s archives are missing dirt and details.

One of Albany’s most powerful lobbyists, Patricia Lynch, is on board with congestion pricing.

Eliot Spitzer’s fund-raisers in California didn’t help his case for campaign finance reform.

And Israeli politicians think Prime Minister Ehud Olmert should resign, which is something Assemblyman Dov Hikind of Brooklyn said a while ago.

 

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