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Topic - Darry Sragow
"You need to overcome the presumption that you made a lot of money in business, you're bored, you have a big ego and now you have to find something else to keep you busy," Mr. Sragow said.
But while their bank accounts free them from the arduous task of dialing for dollars, voters are often skeptical of self-made political newcomers, said Darry Sragow, who managed Democrat Al Checchi's unsuccessful primary campaign for California governor in 1998.