Saturday, February 23, 2008

Driscoll Polling

What I am doing is digging down, trying to take the global view of this whole process and the race, understanding everything that comes with it, the needs of my family and my party," the mayor said in an interview. "I still have not made a decision."
Driscoll confirmed he will conduct a poll of the district, but offered few details, saying they were being handled by the exploratory committee.


At 5:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am getting really angry towards Driscoll at this point. What he is doing is a fruitless ego trip that will only hurt the Democrats. He has been a terrible mayor and now he is showing he knows nothing of loyalty to party or to his former staffer. What can we do to discourage him from dragging Dan into a primary he will ultimately lose, but drain Dan's resources at the same time? I would love ideas from those who visit this site.

At 10:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Call him up and leave that message. Tell your friends not support him. Send dan some cash and help him out.

At 12:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

go driscoll go

At 2:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love how a Republican comes on here and says go Driscoll go. They are afraid of Maffei, but not Matt. Finish your job in Syracuse and move on from there, Driscoll.

At 8:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Polling" or "Trolling"??

The voters of Syracuse have been to the polls: they gave Maffei over 60% against an incumbent, and Driscoll 50% *AS* an incumbent. Does Driscoll have any reason to think he'll do much better outside of his city? Of course not: he's just sifting for any numbers he can use to justify entering the race while hoping for a lucky break --- looks like it will take one more election to clue him in.


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