Voters in New York’s 20th District will have to keep waiting to find out who their representative in the U.S. House will be. After a special election, the Democrat led by just 65 votes, with thousands of absentee ballots still to count. The contest received national attention and was seen as a test of President Obama and his agenda, though the district skews Republican. Update: The lead shrinks.
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer may be stuck between the two worst political options for someone in his position—impeachment and resignation—after a money trail led to Monday’s bombshell report that Spitzer was a client of an exclusive call-girl ring, although he has yet to own up to that specific charge.