In the Observer: Paterson, Nugen, Zimmerman

Azi writes, “The worst thing about Mr. Spitzer’s transgression is that it finally, definitively and, barring a miracle, irreversibly destroys the premise of his political existence.”

John Koblin recounts how the New York Times broke the story of Eliot Spitzer and the call girl.

Jason Horowitz considers the very-likely next governor of New York, David Paterson.

Horowitz also tries to pin down the elusive Matthew Nugen, the man charged with wooing superdelegates for the Obama campaign.

Doree Shafrir profiles Robert Zimmerman.

In the Observer: Paterson, Nugen, Zimmerman