Drew Marzullo announces that he's sticking it out. "Okay, so I'm a bit of a crook," he admitted to FWIW just minutes ago, "but how does that separate me from Tesi or the other boys? I just got caught, that's all; you can't blame a guy for trying".
Reached for comment, Greenwich Democratic party spokesman Chuck Yeager was ecstatic: "Drew exemplifies everything our party stands for, and with this little embarrassment behind us, so to speak, we know that he'll continue to represent us, and all town residents, at exactly the standards we expect."
Reaction at the Democrat's official house organ, Greenwich Supressed, where word of the official party line had not yet been transmitted, was more ambivalent: "Of course we're all happy to see an oppressed gay man given another opportunity to succeed after being so wrongfully treated by the police" Yeager's daughter Leslie said, "butt ... butt... we were hoping that our friend Donald would be sending us a stronger candidate." Knocked in the ribs by her life-partner, Sarah Rosanna Danna Littman, Yeager recovered her poise. "Oh well," she said, "never mind.."