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The Week contest: Spitzer's comeback
Client-9 is attempting a return to New York public office. What's his campaign slogan?
 
Spitzer's run for comptroller is garnering a lot of media attention.
Spitzer's run for comptroller is garnering a lot of media attention. Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Welcome to "What Next?", The Week's contest about current events.

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Last week's question: Eliot Spitzer, the former New York governor who resigned in disgrace after a prostitution scandal, is attempting a comeback by running for New York City comptroller, saying he sees "forgiveness in the public." Please come up with a slogan for the campaign.

Results:

THE WINNER: Spitzer gets bang for the buck
Joanne Sullivan, Maspeth, NY

SECOND PLACE: I won’t lie down on the job
Janine Witte, New Hope, PA

THIRD PLACE: The choice of professional women everywhere.
Connie Scofield, Glens Falls, NY

HONORABLE MENTIONS:
If Weiner can, so can I
Kinny Roper, Atlanta, GA

Spitzer won’t miss a trick
Liz Stockdill, Santa Barbara, CA


Vote for me, and we can do it together
Jae Cho, Astoria, NY

A friend to female entrepreneurs
Charles & Mary Parry, Catonsville, MD

Government means never having to say you’re sorry
Mike Sherman, Half Moon Bay, CA

Just leave the ballot on the nightstand
Amy Walker, New York City

A true friend of the working man...and girl
Nicholas Meltzer, Aptos, CA

No tricks this time
Jeff O’Connor, Palm Springs, CA

Vote Spitzer for a happy ending
Michael Lichtman, Montgomery, NY

Go all the way with Spitzer!
Robert Calgren, Edina, MN

He won’t screw around with your money
Bill Rollins, Lake Forest, CA

I know how to get a leg up on the competition
George C. Morin Jr., Littleton, CO

I won’t let the taxpayers get screwed
Steve Solomon, Huntingdon Valley, PA

Spitzer for comptroller: He’s really into figures
Howard Peters, Valparaiso, IN

A proven expert on financial affairs
Julie Shallberg, Elburn, IL

I paid for my mistakes
Dan Wheeler, Boca Raton, FL

Let’s win one for the zipper
Barry Wolfe, Roanoke, VA

 

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