July 8, 2013

Seeking a comeback, Eliot Spitzer says ‘I sinned’

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The Center for American Progress hosted "How Playing By the Rules Helps Strengthen the Economy," an event with special guest speaker Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. Photo courtesy Center for American Progress via Flickr

The Center for American Progress hosted "How Playing By the Rules Helps Strengthen the Economy," an event with special guest speaker Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. Photo courtesy Center for American Progress via Flickr

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(RNS) Seeking a political comeback five years after he resigned in a prostitution scandal, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer says he's seeking forgiveness for voters. "I sinned, I owned up to it," he said.