The Morning Read: Thursday, January 11, 2007

The President wants more troops in Iraq.

Democratic presidential candidates will meet in D.C. in the beginning of February.

Joe Bruno’s son is a key connection in an FBI probe into his dad’s business dealings.

Andrew Hevesi is proud of his dad, who resigned as state comptroller.

Bill Hammond wants Tom Suozzi to take the comptroller job.

Stories about applicants who applied for jobs with the new administration had their emails exposed are here and here.

The Times notes that an aide to former Assemblyman Jimmy Meng was charged with voter fraud.

And conservative economist EJ McMahon criticized Eliot Spitzer’s tax plan.

— Azi Paybarah

The Morning Read: Thursday, January 11, 2007