Why is it that the article and people involved seem to be more interested in upholding the favor-based system of the political machine and less on the actual candidates? Deb Gross and Tony Ceoffe may be good candidates but all I get here is that they have old school political backing and not any insight into their ideas and goals. Tom Fallon, for instance, has political staffing experience with Ferlo, but he isn't focusing on that connection to get him into office. He is using the fact that he is an incredible leader, community connector and truly devoted to service to show his potential as a city leader. I guarantee he would come shake your hand personally instead of waiting for a handshake from a fellow politician that can throw funding behind his campaign. Vote Tom Fallon!
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