21-Year-Old NYU Junior Drops Longshot Bid Against Senator Diane Savino

A little over a week after announcing his intention to challenge State Senator Diane Savino next year,  21-year-old NYU junior named Saint Jermaine Endeley may drop his bid to take the 23rd District seat. Word of Mr. Enderley’s early departure from the race first appeared via a report on The Brooklyn Politics this afternoon that said “multiple sources familiar with the situation” expected Mr. Endeley to drop out of the race. Mr. Endeley subsequently told The Politicker he’s re-evaluating his decision to run. ”We don’t know if were going forward at this point,” Mr. Endeley said. “We’re not talking to the press at this time, we’ll have a statement tomorrow morning.”

Mr. Endeley’s young age wasn’t the only atypical aspect of his candidacy, the upstart senate hopeful describes himself as a “pro-business” democrat and has a “5-5-5 Plan” reminiscent of the policies of Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.  Read More

Comments

  1. I guess they made him an offer he could not refuse.

    Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    Power to the People who “VOTE”

  2. KCS Fella says:

    Well said, VJM, because we know Diane did.  Word ’round the water cooler is no one should be “shocked, shocked” to find the old St. Bernard landed a job “somewhere.”

    Every Dog will have his Day.  His won’t be this year.