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But Ahearn notes that there has been some resistance among Democrats to his recall movement, not because they support Symington but because they see his legal troubles as an opportunity for the Democratic party to gain support.
"There is an old school of thinking the better way to go . . . is to let him hang slowly in the wind for the next two and a half years," Ahearn says.
The recall committee, Ahearn says, "believes that you have to shorten that time as much as you can. Every day is too much with Fife Symington.