Elicker Campaign Workers Mistakenly Show Up At Harp Campaign Headquarters To Get Signatures

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During the rough-and-tumble of political campaigns, the workers on each side often become quite antagonistic toward one another.

But a mistake in New Haven led to some levity when two clipboard-carrying campaign workers for city alderman Justin Elicker showed up to collect signatures on Whalley Avenue. The problem was that they initially didn\’t realize they were in state Senator Toni Harp\’s campaign headquarters.

One of the workers, as seen below in a video sent by Harp campaign spokesman Patrick Scully, had his picture taken with Harp\’s campaign manager, former state legislator Jason Bartlett.

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3 thoughts on “Elicker Campaign Workers Mistakenly Show Up At Harp Campaign Headquarters To Get Signatures

  1. DrHunterSThompson

    Elicker is a bit of an unusual candidate, but will be a great mayor. Finally, some sanity in New Haven.

    HST

  2. ccbeachcomber

    Can’t blame Elicker for offering Harp’s misguided followers a graceful exit. Scully included.

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