“We thought he was an OK candidate. He was funny and interesting, and fun to be around,” said PSEA President Mike Crossey. “But after the endorsement, he was like a totally different person. He started calling all the time, showing up to our regional meetings, that kind of thing.”
“He even asked us for money.”
Crossey said McCord’s TV ads were the last straw.
“Have you seen his ads? It’s like he’s never gotten another endorsement before. Awkward.”