More on the Jobs poll, overheard at a briefing before the Business Federation:

You could flip a coin to decide who to back in D5. Jake McGoldrick is weak in District 1, but there isn’t a powerful second choice as Lillian Sing is still developing name ID. David Heller is near Sing. The numbers go something like 38, 22, 18. … McGoldrick is the weakest incumbent this year, and the downtown money will funnel towards knocking him out, perhaps giving Gerardo Sandoval a great chance to hold his seat in D11 (Sandoval also has a war chest, which McGoldrick does not). … In D1, second and third place votes could be all the difference. …

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