Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Reibman's Borough Strategy

During the Northampton County Executive race, Glenn Reibman's strategy was to appeal to the County's borough officials, meeting them at numerous diners throughout the County. He joked that he had no idea there were so many diners.

Well, we know his strategy failed, but he did win in some of these boroughs. Reibman won in East Bangor (by 4 votes), Portland (by 4 votes), Stockertown (by 1 vote) and West Easton (by 3 votes).

10 comments:

zoid said...

thanks god people saw threw him and did not vote him back there!!

Anonymous said...

His ground game in Chapman could have been better. He just didn't put in the work up there.

Bernie O'Hare said...

I understand he broke down when he heard he lost Chapman. McClure took that hard, too.

Anonymous said...

Why kick mr roboto when hes done? R u a sadist ?

Bernie O'Hare said...

I am a sadist, I'm told, but I am not kicking him. I am having a little fun with Chapman.

Anonymous said...

And the vote in Bangor Borough, home of mayor John Brown Sbrocchi?

Anonymous said...

Hey Zoid, I hope somebody sees fit to "threw" you. Hater.

The Callahan boys will be hitting reality hard in January in the county. It ain't no Bedlum, this is hardball.

Anonymous said...

"This is hardball." LOL. My god. The rough and tumble of Northampton County government.

Anonymous said...

An NIZ for Chapman! The quarry offers endless possibilities and it already features the "pit" portion of money pit. It's a no-brainer (which is why it may intrigue local politicians).

Anonymous said...

Yawwwnnn... back to the rocking chair at the rest home for Uncle Booty. The Fleckster can feed him his oatmeal.