Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by MrSparkle, Jan 20, 2010.
The 2010 Massachusetts Senate Race -- Election for Edward Kennedy's seat - Boston.com
All but two of the major cities went to her, the bulk of the rest went to him...If anything shows that hard core support alone can't win you an election that map is it.
The fact that she didn't win bigger in her party's traditional core support centers is telling about her...
I'm always amazed how a candidate can sway a community ...
Does the community just excel at getting out the vote for their person.
In any case ... Fall River and New Bedford ... 2 real crap holes of Massachusetts went for Marcia.
looks like for the most part, the middle-of-the-roaders or the average people in the state won.
interesting that south of boston, all towns went for brown except sharon and brockton........interesting bedfellows
My town of Hanson - 70% to Brown.
Well done !
I was just going to post the same thing!
ACORN couldn't overstuff the ballot boxes in those cities for her
Most of Bill Dellahunt, John Tierney, Richard Neal, and Jim McGovern's districts went to him...message better be received by them if they want to keep their jobs after December
I would love to see McGovern get voted out.
Just too bad Barney's district went mostly for Coakley.
No surprise. Everything in blue are towns and cities filled with wealthy moonbats and life long welfare dependents. All the red are, working for a living, middle class.
Most UN-shocking demographic map I've seen since EVERY ELECTION ago...
actually, some of the most pathetic towns are blue, also....brockton, fall river, new bedford, worcester, springfield...the very top and bottom of the food chain.
interesing that the very top town in the state is red (weston)
You must have missed most of western Mass...sea of blue out there and last I checked they were hard working middle class cities and towns.
Quite a few lifelong welfare dependent cities and towns went red as well.
The Peoples Republic Of Cambridge had a Landslide for Coakley.........:singing::singing:
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