A great turnout with surprising Sohum representation – and a strong cross-section of political ideology and economic interests represented. A great meal, most of the food coming from local sources, and some of it prepared by local businesses – again, some of it from Sohum.
The plan is to win it outright in a year and a month. 13 months ahead really isn’t all that early, contrary to the discussion of the earlier thread. Lots of speculation on potential opponents tonight, about 5 or 6 names coming up.
I don’t know what will happen in the long run, but for those who have pledged to remove him from office – you’re up against an energized base and some top rate organizers. I hope the campaign is as positive and policy based as the last.
Clif’s top three priorities as outlined in response to a question from one of his supporters:
1. Complete the GPU
2. Save the rivers
3. Build community within this very complex district