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Fwd: WNBC NEWS: Zukerberg Wins First Debate

From: bruce
Sent on: Friday, February 1, 2013 1:39 PM

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From: Committee to Elect Paul Zukerberg
Date: Friday, February 1, 2013
Subject: WNBC NEWS: Zukerberg Wins First Debate
To: Bruce Majors <[address removed]>

Committee To Elect Paul Zukerberg
Bruce --

WNBC Channel 4 News has called the first DC Council candidate debate a clear win for Paul. Here's a quote from the article:

"On Wednesday, Zukerberg put on quite a performance at the first debate of the campaign season. He was the only contestant to receive a round of applause from the audience and did so twice. Zukerberg displayed knowledge of District politics and policy well beyond the single issue for which his candidacy has been defined to date. His personality, evocative of Ed Koch (R.I.P.), shined through on what was otherwise a boring forum."

It helped that, unlike most other candidates, Paul is not a professional lobbyist or politician. The audience appreciated Paul's straight talk on health care, affordable housing and school reform. 

In other news, the 1% have found their candidate in Matt Frumin, who raised a whopping $72,000 from developers and other big shots. 

Anita Bonds, the lobbyist appointed to fill the Council seat by the party insiders, and developer John Settles, didn't bother to file their financial reports. No surprise here.

Paul's place at the bottom of the money tree isn't problem for him. He told the DC for Democracy audience that because the debate video is posted on YouTube, his total expenses for broadcasting were only $2.10 - the cost of his Metro ride to the debate.

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