Bridgeport’s 2015 mayoral campaign could easily be the latest entry into Looney Tunes, a campy brew of chutzpah, animation, sensation and frustration (Bill Finch) driven by Joe Ganim. Beep Beep!
From CT Post scribe Brian Lockhart:
It was further proof of Ganim’s ability to outwit Finch, observers say.
But like the cartoon Road Runner outwitting Wile E. Coyote’s traps, Ganim has dodged and weaved the political equivalent of dropped anvils, falling boulders and exploding dynamite on his comeback route …
“It seems like his whole strategy is, ‘How do I get under Bill’s skin?’ ” said Gage Frank, campaign coordinator for Mary-Jane Foster, who placed third in the Democratic primary on Sept. 16, but may run in the November election as an independent. “They’re always one step ahead of (Finch) and (the mayor’s campaign is) constantly trying to pick up the pieces.”
Plenty can still happen in the remaining four weeks before Election Day. But here are some of the successful strategies Ganim and his campaign have so far used to outmaneuver the competition.
Full story here.