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If they can get Settles and Zuckerberg bounced, this becomes an interesting five-way heat. I certainly see Bonds and Brown splitting that vote, and then Silverman and Frumin splitting the progressive vote. Mara is certainly a wild card, he would take virtually no votes from Brown and Bonds, but I am not certain how many he takes from Silverman or Frumin either. I think a large % of his votes comes from the few republicans in this city who will turn out in huge numbers, who would otherwise skip this one.

I think if Silverman or Frumin could convince their counterpart to drop, they would have this thing in the bag.

by Kyle-W on Feb 7, 2013 1:28 pm • linkreport

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