An interesting tidbit in this week's Brooklyn Paper regarding Democratic challenger Daniel Squadron's bid to win his party's nomination for the 25th District State Senate seat held for three decades by incumbent Marty Connor. In mentioning that Squadron, who Marty has called "a kid" in interviews, has received the backing of the Working Families Party the paper says:
Brooklyn Paper: Insurgent state Senate candidate Daniel Squadron, running to unseat longtime incumbent Marty Connor this fall, scored the Working Families Party endorsement. That’s nice, but he’ll need a squadron of lawyers to get on the ballot, if election law expert Connor holds to his usual form.
Does this mean that B'Paper knows something and that Marty will be looking to litigate (aka weasel) his way to the nomination in lieu of participating in a healthy and democratic process? Marty is that any way to prove you're still relevant after more than a generation in office?