Although a final count has yet to be made, Democrat Elizabeth Warren last night ousted Massachusetts Republican US Senator Scott Brown. Scott’s re-election was his to lose & he proceeded to do just that. Was it inevitable? It didn’t have to be. But the reasons for Brown’s failure to hold onto “the people’s seat” aren’t complex & sadly reflect a…Read More »
The 1996 U.S. Senate race didn't wind up the way we wanted. Nonetheless, there's a strong case to be made that Senator Brown has to do well in a number of counties and emerge where William Weld did not do well. Discuss among yourselves! …Read More »
Senator Brown needs help specifically in Waltham and Gloucester. SUPRC releases its election eve bellwether analysis. Warren is up in both municipalities. …Read More »
(Yes we should. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) According to the UMass-Lowell/Boston Herald poll released last night, Brown and Warren are statistically tied with one day left in the campaign. The poll queried “likely voters.” Two highlights stand out. The Democrats going home to Warren. But Brown is pulling 16% of Obama voters (this may not be enough…Read More »
Here are my predictions for Tuesday.
I firmly believe that this is race is not as close as the media is reporting. Romney wins pretty easily and the race is called in the 10pm hour. Mitt wins Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and Maine’s 2nd District. Losses Pennslyvania and Michigan narrowingly. Electoral College:
Romney 296 Obama…
A great ad to close out the campaign. Inspiring!
Vote the person, not the party a great clarion call that goes back to John Volpe. We know that Professor Warren will vote with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, 99 percent of the time. We deserve better. We deserve a full term with Senator Brown. Good luck Senator.…
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Conscience Cause, a non-partisan grassroots organization comprised of leaders of various faiths, today released voter guides for 18 U.S. Senate races to remind people of faith of the Obama Administration’s requirement that religious employers provide no-cost contraception, abortion-inducing drugs and sterilization to their employees, even when those so-called health benefits contradict that…Read More »
America 360, an effort launched to work toward transparency in the US Senate race in Massachusetts and promote the independent and effective leadership of Scott Brown, has released a new web video. The web video spotlights yet another example of Elizabeth Warren hiding her own history. When pushed to release her client list from her time practicing as a lawyer,…Read More »
Here’s how it works: If an independent third party group spends money on TV, radio, or online supporting a candidate, that candidate has agreed to pay 50% of the cost of airing that ad to a charity of the other candidate’s choice. This may not work, but there’s enough at stake to make it worthwhile to try to take back…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Nothing extraordinary came through the radio from the only U.S. Senate debate in western Massachusetts. It was clear from fever pitch that the audience was definitely pro-Warren, hardly a surprise given that western MA is deep blue. But Brown held his own. Yes he did make Dodd-Frank possible in one of the…Read More »