Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Paterson scandal racks up another resignation, but not Paterson's, yet.

Fallout from the controversy continued on Tuesday. The State Police superintendent, Harry J. Corbitt, who first admitted a week ago that state troopers contacted Ms. Booker in what he described as an effort to explain her “options,” announced Tuesday evening that he would resign.

Investigators Are Told of Paterson Bid to Quiet Accuser

Meanwhile, Paterson met privately with top Democrats at the mansion in Albany.  A Marist poll taken before Paterson said he would not seek election for a full term of his own had a majority saying Paterson should not resign.  The poll taken days ago was irrelevant  and enormously out of date by the time it was issued.  Yet, it seemed to give Paterson cover as people ignorant of what's going on don't want him to resign yet.  Take the poll again Marist.

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