The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle wonders if, with his biggest hurdle cleared today, Spitzer will stop fundraising.
He doesn’t seem to need it to take on John Faso.
The paper says Spitzer “should be prepared to do a better job of demonstrating his support for significant campaign finance reform in New York…and can start showing his sincerity by refusing to accept campaign donations for the general election campaign.”
We know that Spitzer has sent the message to voters that winning big will give him the mandate he needs to reform Albany.
So now, in the face of a seemingly inevitable landslide victory, what’s his message to donors?
— Azi Paybarah