It's not everyday when Joe Cavo is in agreement with Democrats in Danbury who are enraged by Danbury Democratic Town Committee's endorsement reversal and walk back from their pledge to not nominate a candidate until the summer.
Lou Milano: "Big, big news from the Democrats in Danbury. The Danbury Democratic Town Committee has thrown their support and endorsed Roberto Alves as their candidate for Mayor."
Does this, first of all, your experience with Roberto but does this impact your decision as whether to run or not, in any way?
Joe Cavo: "None whatsoever. You know it's early for them, I mean extremely early for them. They do have other people that have expressed interest in running for Mayor. And, they should be looking at all of their folks and saying, you know, who would be the best candidate for us in the future?
To me, it just seems a little early but that's their business not mine. And, so it has no effect on my decision."
Lou Milano: "OK, so you think they did it too early? Is that what I am hearing or am I putting words in your mouth?"
Joe Cavo: "I don't think it should really happen for them. I think they are, I read something that their date is sometime in June or July, before the official nomination happens.
And, so you know, it's just early for that and their system of nominating is slightly different than the Republicans system of nominating, so I don't generally follow it but I just, when I heard that, I thought it was just a little early.
Just a little early, especially since there are other people that have expressed interest in running in the race. And so, you know they, to me, it almost seems like they just shut the door on anybody else and said this is the guy."