from Ballot Access News
Massachusetts Senate Results
January 19th, 2010
At the point at which 94% of the vote had been counted in the special U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts, the vote was: 1,148,400 for the Republican nominee; 1,029,600 for the Democratic nominee; 22,100 for the Libertarian who was running as an independent candidate.
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Last week, Rasmussen Reports conducted a poll that showed Martha Coakley ahead with fifty percent. But the poll failed to make any mention of independent candidate Joseph Kennedy. Now, Rasmussen has a new poll that includes the independent libertarian. The new poll shows forty-nine percent in favor of Coakley, forty-seven percent in favor of Brown, and three percent in favor of Kennedy, with two percent being undecided.… Read more ...
ERic Moskowitz reports in the Boston Globe:
Brown presses Coakley for one-on-one debate
Independent will join rivals 3 more times
The major candidates running for the state’s first open Senate seat in 25 years sparred yesterday over the debate schedule for the remainder of the special election campaign, with Republican Scott P.… Read more ...