'Clinging to the middle': Experts expect Tory headed to re-election in Toronto
Experts and pollsters certainly expect John Tory, 68, to cruise to victory despite a crowded field of 30 other competitors, many who were largely unknown before the campaign.
He's presided over the city deteriorating over the last eight years and still has a wild conflict of interest sitting on the Rogers board.
This is not the winning record of someone who deserves to be reelected, but he has no shame and no backbone.
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