Most of time, you can tell what a campaign is thinking by watching what it does. Sometimes, what a campaign does makes you wonder what – or if – they’re thinking. So it is with Bill Faison’s campaign for governor.
Some weeks ago, the buzz was that Faison was going to pump a half-million dollars-plus of his own money into TV ads. But the blitz never came.
This weekend, driving on U.S. 64 east of Raleigh, I saw a lot of Faison for Governor signs.
A campaign that puts signs by the road but no ads on TV has its priorities wrong.