Woody has as much chance of securing the party nomination as Brian Berger has of being elected Governor. On second thought, Berger's chances are better should the sitting Governor step aside and a special election be called. And since that will never happen, it's plain to see barring a dark horse candidate, Rouzer will face off against Barfield.
Rouzer has been vetted and undergone extreme public scrutiny during the last election. The question now is whether Barfield has issues which may not stand public scrutiny.
By his comments re the Commander in Chief, he apparently would toe the White House line if elected. And that may well doom his electoral aspirations in this district before the first appearance after the primary. Could this be the year Boseman seeks higher office?
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