The Herald’s Howard Cohen discusses Jim Cason’s victory in Theories abound on Cason’s ‘miracle’ win in Coral Gables. Yours truly is quoted.
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Curious that they didn’t mention Slesnick’s early decision not to run, his endorsement of Korge, and his ultimate decision to enter the election anyways. I would think that had some impact on splitting the vote to Cason’s advantage.
Good observation. If that is the case, then just from a divide and conquer, and numbers standpoint, Cason benefited from Slesnick and Korge splitting the votes from the same demographic gene pool.