We did not hear Kathleen Ford personally attack Rick Baker. Instead, Ford used softer, generic terms, like “the current administration” to criticize the status quo.
We did not hear Bill Foster talk about his conservative values. For all the criticism he endures for his positions, Foster rarely mentioned his religious beliefs.
We did not hear Deveron Gibbons emphasize his youth. Gibbons is the youngest candidate in the field, a fact he should have used to his advantage.
We did not hear Scott Wagman talk about Beth Houghton. Occasionally Wagman will talk about his better half, but the popular, respected Beth Houghton has been noticeably absent from much of the campaign.
We did not here Larry Williams discuss what’s been up to for the last eight years. Williams finished third in the 2001 Mayoral Election and then dropped off the radar.
We did not hear Jamie Bennett talk about any changes he would make if he were elected. In Bennett’s eyes, city government can do no wrong.