Pick yourselves up. MA special election next month.

    As Ace of Spades HQ reminds us.  Scott Brown is running for the GOP nod, and Democratic nominee Martha Coakley is already tap-dancing like crazy over abortion, of all things: Coakley used her stark position on abortion rights to appeal to supporters for donations; in an e-mail, she declared her decision to make her position “a defining moment’’ in her campaign. In a statement to | Read More »

    Before the Primaries…there is another election

    In a little over a month, voters in Massachusetts will head to the polls and elect a new United State’s Senator. They have two choices. Liberal Democratic Attorney General, Martha Coakely, who is qualified to be a US Senator because “my sister lives overseas”. Her words, not mine. But, there is another choice. State Senator Scott Brown won the Republican primary with 90% of the | Read More »

    MA SEN: Coakley versus Brown.

    The primary results are in for the Massachusetts special election primary, and it’s Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley for the Democrats; State Senator Scott Brown for the Republicans. 10% turnout; special election on January 19th . Coakley, of course, is cookie-cutter: as Jim Geraghty put it, the Democratic side was “lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty.” Scott Brown’s a bit more interesting, given that he’s | Read More »

    MA SEN: Coakley versus Brown.

    The primary results are in for the Massachusetts special election primary, and it’s Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley for the Democrats; State Senator Scott Brown for the Republicans. 10% turnout; special election on January 19th . Coakley, of course, is cookie-cutter: as Jim Geraghty put it, the Democratic side was “lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty.” Scott Brown’s a bit more interesting, given that he’s | Read More »

    IS A BROWN WIN IN MA POSSIBLE?

    I believe Scott Brown has a chance, albeit a slight one, to shock the political world on January 19th. Call this assessment one part innate republican optimism and one part observations from Ward 2, Newburyport on primary day. For starters, the lack of intensity by democrats yesterday was simply stunning. MA hasn’t had a Senate vacancy since 1984 and turnout was pathetic. What’s behind the | Read More »

    Another Big Government Republican

    The eyes of the nation will soon focus on Massachusetts. We have it in our power to deny Harry Reid a filibuster proof majority. Which is why it’s so disappointing that one of our candidates in the upcoming special election is choosing to act more like a Democrat than a Republican. Massachusetts-style big government is the path we should not follow and any Republican that | Read More »

    One “Simply Exhausted” Democrat

    I heard Scott Brown, Republican candidate for Ted Kennedy’s U.S. Senate seat, on the radio this morning.  He mentioned a recent League of Women Voters debate where Democratic candidate Rep. Michael Capuano, under heavy barrage by Brown, simply packed up his things and left the stage.   Leading Democratic candidate, Martha Coakley, didn’t bother to show at all.   I went looking for a story about this | Read More »

    Scott Brown (R-MA) Donation Page Now Live

    State Sen. Scott Brown is running to succeed Ted Kennedy in the US Senate. He is the likely Republican nominee. I know everyone is going to say that he can’t win in MA. If a Republican can be elected to the Senate from MA, the time is now. This is the first open MA Senate seat since the 1980’s. We may not get another chance | Read More »


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