Brodeur Over Miller

Perhaps the truest measure of how little way institutional support and government office get you in this town is this Bronx vote total:

Christopher X. Brodeur: 4,921
Gifford Miller: 3,219.

Brodeur, whose main campaign activity was haranguing reporters (who mostly ignored him), called to do some well-justified gloating this afternoon about the contrast between his $200 budget and sparse campaign schedule and Miller’s operation.

“I sat at home and drank beer and played guitar… while he kissed every ass in town,” he said.

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