Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld's campaign for governor of New York may make the leap from "unlikely" to "quixotic" by the end of the day. Yesterday the Associated Press did a quick background check on Weld's running mate Chris Jacobs and discovered he'd donated $500 to Eliot Spitzer, the Lawsuit That Walks Like a Man, and the Democrat Weld is ostensibly running against. According to the New York Times, New York's GOP chairman is speaking to reporters an hour from now. The word is he'll ask Weld to quit the race in favor of John Faso, who won the party's nomination in an upset last week.
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