The Pennsylvania Society's annual meeting, which draws politicians, lobbyists and business leaders to Manhattan for fancy food and elbow-rubbing prior to the start of campaign season, reports The New York Times.
“I wouldn’t know what to do this weekend if I stayed home,” said Edward G. Rendell, a Democratic former governor making his 36th annual visit. “For politicians, it’s like salmon swimming upstream to give birth. We do it by instinct.”
Original source: The New York Times
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