Liz reported that the Brooklyn Republican county chairman, Craig Eaton, may succumb to a sudden burst of support for Michael Bloomberg. The Staten Island Republican county chairman, John Friscia, told me that barring some major legal intervention, he’s likely to support Bloomberg also.
So, assuming Brooklyn goes, that’s two.
With the chairmen from Queens and the Bronx speaking out strongly against Bloomberg, that leaves the Manhattan chairwoman, Jennifer Saul, as the potential deciding vote among the five city Republican county chairs to determine whether Bloomberg will be allowed to run the Republican primary.
Previously, Saul described the prospect of getting behind Bloomberg as a
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