The two men started their talks.
Mr. Fitzgerald, was a taller man, who seemed in relatively good condition. He seemed to be around mid forties, dressed in a crisp black suit, along with a red tie, with cleanly cut black hair.
Mr. Meyers, on the other hand, was of average height and slim build, appearing to be older, somewhere in his fifties or sixties. He wore a nice white suit and hat, covering his bald head, and wore black shades over his eyes.
The debate would continue strongly, though with not much of interest to the heroes listening in, until one topic is brought up:
"So, what is your stance on the superpowered individuals going around the city?" The one person asks the candidates.
Fitzgerald is the first to respond. "They seem to be in for our best interest, for the most part, and seem to be our best bet for defeating those with such abilities that decide to work against us. If we can begin to work together with them, perhaps it could lead to a great future of our great city."
"And what about this Silver Tongue we keep hearing about?" They ask as a follow up.
Fitzgerald is silent for a moment. "That is one I'm not sure on. Honestly, I'm unsure if such a person even exists." He posits, letting it sink in for a second. "Think about it, no one has claimed to see the man, and no records on him seem to exist. To me, it seems like a cover up for something. Maybe a way to sow distrust in superpowered individuals among the populous, as to stop them from doing what they do to protect us."
After a brief pause, the more soft-spoken Mr. Meyers spoke up. "As for me, I believe that, while they have our best interests at heart, they must be held accountable for their actions. As such, they should all face due process for any crimes they commit, in good intention or otherwise. And as for Mr. Silver Tongue, he will be treated just as the rest, as an accused, until guilt can be proven or disproven."
With that, the debate concludes, and they both ready to leave.
Runa, who had watched the whole thing from within the bushes, decided to look up the two candidates, to see if either seemed especially fishy.