Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion’s endorsement is like steroids for politicians
Political kingmaker Hazel McCallion is being accused of unfairly influencing the Mississauga by-election in which one of her allies scored a seat on city council. It’s no secret that McCallion has a knack for burying her opponents—after all, she has been Mississauga’s mayor since city hall was lit by gas lamps. Anyway, the National Post is reporting that Mark Cashin, one of the candidates defeated in the by-election, presented a list of questions asking, among other things, why McCallion visited polling stations the day of the election. McCallion, for her part, denied any wrongdoing. Still, we think an endorsement from a mayor with sky-high approval ratings certainly seems like a political performance-enhancing drug, legal or not. Read the entire story [National Post] »
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