Massachusetts Senate primary contest wraps n The candidates mak...

Dec 7, 2009 Read more: Berkshire Eagle 6
Massachusetts Senate candidates flooded the airwaves and traversed the state on Monday, as they wrapped up their primary campaigns in the race to succeed the late Edward M. Kennedy. Read more
bEagle balance

Copake Falls, NY

#1 Dec 8, 2009
2 GOP = 1 paragraph

4 Dems = 8 paragraphs
bEagle balance

Copake Falls, NY

#2 Dec 8, 2009
This is the one paragraph for the other side:

"On the Republican side, state Sen. Scott Brown and Duxbury attorney Jack E. Robinson geared up for a rarity: a primary-eve debate on WBGH-TV."

So the debate is news. Old news! For the time stamp of this piece:

"By Glen Johnson, Associated Press
Updated: 12/08/2009 05:59:43 AM EST"
Tony

Tewksbury, MA

#3 Dec 8, 2009
It's over fast due to low voter turnout: Coakley vs. Brown on Jan. 19,2010.
Of course the ones that didn't vote will probably complain the most about the outcome.
bEagle balance

Copake Falls, NY

#4 Dec 8, 2009
If you wanted to find out about the GOP debate today, before you voted, this is the direction the article pointed you...

http://www.google.com/hws/search...
Sandra

AOL

#5 Dec 9, 2009
Scott Brown for U.S. Senate


BOSTON - Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jennifer Nassour released the following statement this evening:

"Today voters chose State Senator Scott Brown as their Republican nominee for Massachusetts' U.S. Senate special election. I congratulate Scott Brown on his official primary victory and I enthusiastically support his candidacy.

"From the very beginning of this race, Scott Brown established the clear distinction that he is the candidate who will bring jobs to Massachusetts and keep taxes low. As a military officer serving in the National Guard, Scott Brown has the experience to make decisions critical to the safety of his fellow troops and security of his fellow citizens.

"Scott Brown's opponent, Attorney General Martha Coakley, has exhibited a clear pattern throughout her career of not standing tough on political corruption and crime. From House Speaker Sal DiMasi to State Senator Dianne Wilkerson's indictments, Coakley has treaded lightly as Attorney General, simply because she didn't want to step on the toes of other Beacon Hill Democrats in her long-waged campaign for U.S. Senate.

"Elections this year are about jobs, personal freedoms and opportunity, and this seat belongs to the people of Massachusetts and does not belong to one political party. It is time to send an independent voice in Washington, D.C. to fight for the interests of the voters of the Commonwealth. Scott Brown is that person, and I ask you to support him."
D Pittsfield

Chelsea, MA

#6 Dec 9, 2009
Face it, there's no hope for conservatives in this state.

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