Comment 104909

By jeffzuk (registered) | Posted September 27, 2014 at 13:11:34 in reply to Comment 104904

Another reading is to suggest it's still anyone's race. That's what I gathered from comments made by Lorne Bozinoff, the president of Forum Research, who conducted the poll, to the Spectator:

"No one wins a mayoral race with 26 per cent of the vote. I'm surprised no one is doing better at this stage … It suggests no one has really caught the imagination of voters yet."

Mr. Eisenberger's name recognition has allowed him to come out to an early lead leaving plenty of space – in the form of a huge block (34 percent!) of undecided voters – for the other candidates to make their case and become better known.

Personally, I'm hoping that once the voters get a good look at the other candidates, they'll pick the one with a past that doesn't include running for the Conservatives, supporting Aerotropolis or wavering on LRT.

Comment edited by jeff on 2014-09-27 13:19:23

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