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

That's only if they have enough city-wide appeal to win. Not sure if either of them do. Then the question begs, why would the other ever consider dropping out when they both seem to have a groundswell of support w/in this target audience? If they had to make a decision, Frumin should remain and Elissa drops out and then he could grab what's left of her votes.

I agree that Mara doesn't hurt Brown nor Bonds. Gotta blame the progressives who supported his past shenanigans.

by HogWash on Feb 7, 2013 1:36 pm • linkreport

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