With five weeks to go til the GOP primary, a Kellie Greene "deputy campaign manager" has quit. Since the campaign has no paid staffers, the word "quit" may be a little strong....Volunteer losing interest may be more like it.
This is barely a campaign. There is no perceptible feel to it other than occasional blog posts. Those who follow and write about politics may want something more, so a non paid deputy quitting is somehow noteworthy.
There needs to be some sizzle along the way as the only "victory" that Greene might achieve is to somehow exceed expectations, but that is not a victory. That is not a win, but if she did somehow win the primary, her opponent Matt Doheny is still on the Indy and Conservative lines, so a win in November against Bill Owens is impossible.
Fact is, there is no pathway for Kellie Greene to be a Member of Congress. Maybe her "deputy campaign manager" realized that and didn't think further effort was worth it.
Watertown Daily Times | Greene deputy campaign manager out