“I don’t think it means much,” he said. “I don’t think the amount of money you spend is important.”
“That’s sad and counterproductive. You’ve got to hang in there and do what you can do,” she said.
About a quarter of the town’s voters are registered Republicans, a quarter Democrats and half unaffiliated. The party that attracts unaffiliated voters wins, Dixon said.
CHESHIRE – Democrats have an edge over Republicans in fundraising for this year’s election although much of the actual spending will take place in the next few weeks.
Democratic candidates also formed their own committees. Patti Flynn-Harris, an incumbent councilor, has raised more than $1,500 and has spent about $120.