In Davis's search for running mates she supposedly contacted Tucker Carlson as a potential lieutenant governor candidate,  but Carlson apparently declined as did Watertown Mayor and supporter, Jeff Graham. Because of this Davis chose not to seek the Libertarian nomination or attend the convention and the other candidate, Sam Sloan sued the party. Use of Davis and her prostitute services extended to senior management of all major Wall Street firms, with Morgan Stanley a "little less", and Goldman Sachs being "pretty, pretty big" into using the services. Stone also said he accepted his position in the Davis campaign before Paladino entered the race. Her low vote count was attributed[ by whom? Instead, Anti-Prohibition Party APP petitions had Linda Espejo listed as the lieutenant governor candidate, though at least one report suggests that Espejo declined the nomination, requiring a replacement to be named by a committee. Davis's strongest showings were in Jefferson and Lewis Counties areas in the Watertown market, suggesting[ citation needed ] that Graham's endorsement played a major role , where she finished third, behind only Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino. Among her employees was a woman named Irma Nici, who claims to have served Spitzer and English footballer David Beckham during her time in Davis' agency. Based on information provided by this witness, the FBI set up the aforementioned sting operation, during which Kristin sold pills to the witness, whom she believed to be a drug dealer. She ran on a platform of legalizing prostitution , marijuana and same sex marriage , and firearms rights.