Comment 49857

By adrian (registered) | Posted October 19, 2010 at 22:35:10

All in all, this election is still Eisenberger's to lose.

In spite of my criticisms of the campaign so far, I tend to still agree with this. Some of the adjustments to the campaign have been much needed and most welcomed - for example, the tag line "Leadership with integrity" has supplanted "Building momentum: clean, green and prosperous", and I think that's a great change. I also agree about Di Ianni's ad today - it was definitely a negative ad, and one that was unfair, and I think most people who read it will agree.

As well, it's important to note that there is a difference between Eisenberger's campaign, and Eisenberger himself. From all accounts I've heard, in debates and on air, he's doing very well. As someone said to me, "The campaign runs best when Eisenberger is in control of his own message." He has a good track record to run on and he knows it. Victory is certainly within his reach.

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