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Silverman has every right to challenge signatures. I just hope it doesn't blow up in her face.

If I had to choose between Silverman and Frumin, my bet is on the guy. I've liked not just his answers but the manner in which he chose to convey his message..which I believe appeals to a much larger swath of the city than Silverman and Mara's approach. Both of them are too focused on fighting ghost wars and I just don't feel comfortable w/that sort of energy in an already-hurting Council. Isn't Catania and Barry enough?

It will be interesting to see the city-wide election results and how they may be like or differ from this polling.

BTW, hasn't Frumin placed first in each subsequent poll?

by HogWash on Feb 7, 2013 12:47 pm • linkreport

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