“It’s important for us to sit down and talk about this,” D’Allesandro said.
The outcome remained uncertain yesterday, though speculation continued to favor Morse.
“I think it’s more open than what people are saying,” said Sen. Jeff Woodburn, D-Dalton. “I think it’s very fluid.”
Rausch said Morse didn’t even need to call him for his support.
“I have committed to Chuck,” Rausch said, praising Morse’s handling of the state budget and support for highway funding and a casino in Salem.
“I don’t know of any other viable candidate out there,” Rausch said.