Scott Brown Leading 51-46 in latest local polling

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    Public Policy Polling: Massachusetts Senate Poll

    Brown is extending his lead.

    On a side note one of my neighbors switched sides. He had a martha coakley sign but now he has a scott brown one and the coakley one is gone. :)

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    Los Angeles is actually more tuned in to the latest doppler radar, expected to be prime time for most of the week, but even some of the robo-polls seem to be swinging back from Brown. That lends credibility to the following, from the link:

    "-Coakley's favorability dropped from 50% to 44% after a week filled with perceived missteps. Brown's negatives went up a lot but his positives only actually went from 57% to 56%, an indication that attacks against him may have been most effective with voters already planning to support Coakley but ambivalent toward Brown."

    It is somewhere noted that a police union endorsed a Republican, somewhere in Massachusetts, but that is not uncommon, even in California. It's apparently the union that helps send college professors. . . .to the White House. . . .for beers.

    Massachusetts has famous economics departments, even.

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    Haven't they heard?

    Brown supported palin!
     
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    I listened to Obama's big speech in MA yesterday. It was pretty pathetic. He called Brown everything except a white boy.
     
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    And the Dems ain't got problems??? Yeah, ok. This is HUGE.
     
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    And Patrick Kennedy called her "Marsha" Coakely... you just can't make this shit up.
     
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    I can't believe this election is that close. I mean who would actually rush out there to vote for Marcia Coakley? This is a little too close for comfort as far as i'm concerned. It leaves the Dems with way too much room to rig things. I can see this thing going the way of Franken's stealing of the Minnesota Senate Seat. This thing is far from over. Brown will need to win in a landslide to prevent the Dems from rigging it. I'll be rooting for him though.
     
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    I was waiting for Barry to claim that Brown was Bush's minnie me clone.
     
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    I heard he was a member of the tea party organization before he wasn't. :lol:
     
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    I like how he made fun of him for driving a truck around.....a Chevy Avalance with 200000 miles on it of all vehicles. 5 cyl truck.

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