From NY Daily News:
Not saying Joe Lhota or George McDonald should start stressing about unflattering tank videos, but GOP primary foe John Catsimatidis has chatted with the man linked to the famously withering political ad that made Mike Dukakis hang up his helmet.
Sigmund “Sig” Rogich, who helped create the 1988 George H.W. Bush spot that lampooned Dukakis for riding around in a war machine, is one of many message-makers expressing interest in helping run the billionaire’s 2013 ad campaign.
Rogich, the former U.S. ambassador to his home country, Iceland, “has worked in a senior capacity on over 600 elections including the presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and presidential hopeful, Senator John McCain,” notes his website.
More recently, Rogich made a trip over to the other side of the aisle to support Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
The campaign confirmed Rogich and Catsimatidis, who’s also hired Democrat-heavy Millennial Strategies, recently met, but no contract’s been inked.
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