Tag Archive 'Special Election'

Jan 17 2010

If Brown Wins, Interim Senator Kirk Is Immediately Fired

Whatever happens Tuesday, a legal reading of the MA laws regarding interim senators is clear: Interim Senator Paul Kirk is out of the Senate when the polls close Tuesday night, and therefore cannot vote on any legislation: Appointed Senator Paul Kirk will lose his vote in the Senate after Tuesday’s election in Massachusetts of a […]

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Jan 17 2010

Coakley’s Internals Show Her Behind, Campaign Shows Her Support Is Lackluster

Updates Below Late last night some more information trickled out regarding the state of the MA Special Election race between Martha Coakley (D) and Scott Brown (R). One of the more interesting articles was this one in the Boston Globe regarding polls, independents and turnout models: Independent voters in Massachusetts are an unpredictable breed and […]

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Jan 16 2010

Coakley Down By 16% In Absentee Voting

Looks like it could very well be a historic wipe out in MA Tuesday. RCP is reporting that of the 9% of Massachusetts voters who voted absentee (which ended yesterday) Brown is winning 58-42, or 16%. This is right in line with my computations this morning, which indicate Coakley could lose by as much as […]

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Jan 16 2010

An Inept Coakley Is Not The Cause, Just Contributing Factor

I seriously wonder about the mental stability of some of the political geniuses now running politics in this country. The Political Industrial Complex is the control-freak industry which runs politicians, and includes the news media, the consultants and campaign aids, the staff and lobbyists. And of course the front people – the politicians themselves. The […]

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Jan 16 2010

How Bad Is Coakley Doing In Massachusetts?

What we are seeing in the way of public polls and rumors about internal polls for the Massachusetts special election is just stunning. The last two public polls to come out had Coakley behind by 4% and 15%. I seriously doubt the 15% lead for Brown, but the fact is it is completely plausible given […]

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Jan 15 2010

MA Special Election Won’t Even Be Close

Major Update: Jim Geraghty’s “number cruncher” confirms my analysis using an independent methodology and concludes: So the question remains what about the whole “special election dynamic” I believe it favors Brown, although, I think there will be some watering down of this advantage. What we are seeing is BROWN winning this race hands down. On […]

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Jan 14 2010

More Evidence Scott Brown Could Win Tuesday

Another Major Update: The writing is on the wall. Coakley’s internal polls show at least a 5 point loss, Dems pivot to damage control spin. “So right now, she is destined to lose.” It’s over. Major Update: Brown surges into lead in latest poll: The poll shows Brown, a state senator from Wrentham, besting Coakley, […]

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Jan 12 2010

Throw The Political Industrial Class Out Of Power In 2010!

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Why are there so many independents (like myself)? Why is ‘independent’ the largest growing political movement in the nation? Because Americans are so fed up with the partisan BS that they are not only questioning the motives and capabilities of government in general, they are abandoning the entrenched parties and their army of talking heads, […]

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Jan 09 2010

Political Tsunami As Scott Brown Ties Race In MA Senate Special Election

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It seems the Democrats are about to be rocked to their core (according to polls from PPP) due to a win (or near loss) by relative unknown Scott Brown in Massachusetts’ special election on January 19th to fill the seat left by Ted Kennedy: Buoyed by a huge advantage with independents and relative disinterest from […]

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