A Look Back at Paterson's First Nine Months in Office

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

In 2008, David Paterson became New York's first African-American and legally blind governor when the previous governor, Eliot Spitzer, resigned amid a sex scandal. Karen DeWitt takes a look back on Paterson's eventful first nine months in office.

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