Sunday, January 17th, 2010


Scott Brown campaigns in Worcester MA, Obama campaigns for Martha Coakley, Barack Obama heckled, January 17, 2010, Red Sox’s Schilling stumps for GOP Senate hopeful, Doug Flutie, Ayla Brown

While Obama was campaigning for Martha Coakley in Boston this afternoon, January 17, 2010, Scott Brown was campaigning in Worcester, MA. From the Boston Herald. “Energized Brown mocks desperate Dems” “GOP upstart state Sen. Scott Brown took aim at Democratic opponent Attorney General Martha Coakley’s presidential bailout this afternoon, telling a packed hall of rowdy supporters he would stay connected to them and not embrace Washington, D.C. insiders. “They put in a distress call to Washington, and the next thing you know, Air Force One is landing at Logan,” BrownRead More

Paul Kirk can’t vote after Tuesday, Health Care Bill, MA election law, Qualification not certification, Massachusetts law, Senate precedent, US Constitution, Kirk temporary MA Senator, Republican attorneys

On January 10, 2010, this blog reported: “Given the MA statutes, state ethics laws and the precedent of swearing in Representative Niki Tsongas one day after the election, the Democrats have a major problem trying to perpetrate another illegal act, especially after they have advertised it ahead of time.” Will MA Democrats try to delay Scott Brown certification? Now we learn that temporary MA Senator Paul Kirk can’t vote for the Health Care Bill after next Tuesday. From The Weekly Standard, January 16, 2010. “Kirk Can’t Vote After Tuesday GOPRead More

American Research Group poll, Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley, MA Senate race, January 15, 2010, Brown 94% Republicans, Coakley 71% Democrats

From American Research Group, January 15, 2010. Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley in the MA Senate race 48% to 45%. “January 15, 2010 – Massachusetts US Senate Massachusetts US Senate 1/14/2010 Brown Coakley Kennedy Undecided   Likely voters 48% 45% 2% 5%   Registration:         Democrats (44%) 20% 71% 1% 8% Republicans (20%) 94% 1% – 5% Unenrolled/ Other (36%) 58% 37% 4% 1%   Sex:         Men (47%) 54% 39% 2% 5% Women (53%) 44% 50% 2% 4%   Age:      Read More