Pictured here is Mickey Carroll, the Quinnipiac pollster who has a survey about Mike Bloomberg’s presidential bid, and Kevin Sheekey, the deputy mayor who helps keep the rumor of that bid alive.
Carroll said he told Sheekey that if Bloomberg wants to run, he has to “put together an organization in fifty states. [And] you got to protect yourself against the thieves.”
As for the mayor’s intentions of actually running, Carroll said “If he didn’t like the idea, he’d tell Kevin to knock it off.”
Here’s some more on Bloomberg 2008, <a href="according to Carroll.
Update: Sheekey predicted Bloomberg would win with 40%.
— Azi Paybarah