Oops! Wrong Office
by Staff | Jul 31, 2013 4:15 pm
Posted to: Campaign 2013
Two members of Justin Elicker’s mayoral campaign took a wrong turn Thursday—and ended up looking for ballot petition signatures in the headquarters of one of his main rivals.
Click the play arrow to see what happened at Toni Harp’s campaign headquarters, in a short video released Thursday afternoon by the Harp campaign.
“In one of the lighter moments in a sometimes tough campaign, the young Elicker workers didn’t realize where they were until the office erupted in good-natured laughter,” the Harp release states.
The Elicker workers posed for a photo with Harp campaign manager Jason Bartlett—and entertained a job offer from him—before leaving.
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These bright young men realize who the better candidate is.
Rather than trying to convert these two young politically engaged individuals, maybe a more mature response would have been “Good Luck in the Race.”
Thanks for the ace reporting “staff”. Should I send you a bylined ready-for-print story every time someone from one of the other campaigns knocks on my door despite the Elicker sign out front? Or is it only a story if I record myself laughing at them rather than signing their petitions, as I’ve done?
Whoa, people of color acting on behalf of Justin Elicker. Now how does that fit in the East-Rock-White-Elites narritive?
Okay, now I’m starting to believe the NHI-as-shill-for-Harp-campaign narrative. Why did you post this? And why didn’t you make note of the fact that these people didn’t sign the petition? They could have. I don’t support Harp, but I signed her petition. Don’t they believe in the democratic process? Or are they afraid of having Elicker on the ballot?
Please mean people like to laugh at kids that make mistakes. And instead of signing they took a picture and embarrassed them more by sending it into their shill the NHI and of course they complied and posted it. Because there is nothing more news worthy than heartless folks laughing at kids.
I thought it was a bit of light-hearted humor in an otherwise suckey campaign season. It also happens to blow out of the water the East Rock Elicker elitist argument that they are driven by ideologically pure adherents to Justin’s dogma. Obviously, these 2 workers could care less who Justin is, and what he has been saying. I am looking for the follow-up for when they ditched the T-shirts and came back to Harp.