It’s a nice glimpse of the real person behind Baker’s sometimes off-putting public persona, and I suspect the vast majority of voters who see it will appreciate the tolerance and unconditional brotherly support he demonstrates.
The Baker campaign says they have no plans to convert the video into a TV ad that far more people might see, and that seems like a lost opportunity.
But the truth is, no voter should make up their mind who the governor should be based on some vague sense of how nice they are.
I have personally met all the candidates for governor, including the two independents, and I get no whiff of major character flaws from any of them "
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