Marvin Rotrand, a perennial city councillor from Snowdon who won re-election under the Union Montreal banner on Sunday, gave an interesting quote to audio podcaster Adam Bemma:
"When the media refuses to publicize what a political party says when it holds press conferences to publicize its programs, I don't think democracy is well served."
The media hasn't, of course, "refused" to publicize party platforms. But they did focus more on scandal than vision.
So, is Rotrand's comment a justified criticism of the media's coverage of the campaign, or is it whining by a politician annoyed that the party's carefully-planned manipulation of the media failed because there was a message out there they couldn't control?