Wednesday, August 25, 2004

More on the Jobs poll, overheard at a briefing before the Business Federation:
You could flip a coin to decide who to back in D5. Jake McGoldrick is weak in District 1, but there isn't a powerful second choice as Lillian Sing is still developing name ID. David Heller is near Sing. The numbers go something like 38, 22, 18. ... McGoldrick is the weakest incumbent this year, and the downtown money will funnel towards knocking him out, perhaps giving Gerardo Sandoval a great chance to hold his seat in D11 (Sandoval also has a war chest, which McGoldrick does not). ... In D1, second and third place votes could be all the difference. ...

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