It didn't take long for Eric Dinallo to toss his hat back into the political ring. A month after stepping down as New York superintendent of insurance, Dinallo, formerly a top aide to Eliot Spitzer when he was state attorney general, announced yesterday that he is gearing up for a possible run for his old boss' office.

"I recently filed papers with the New York State Board of Elections to form a campaign committee," Dinallo said in an e-mail to reporters. "My intent is to enter the race to succeed Andrew Cuomo as New York's next attorney general in the event that he decides not to seek re-election."

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