Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Voters strongly oppose excise tax on ‘Cadillac’ health plans, Swept off our feet, and Harry Reid promises to press ahead on health care.
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Senator-elect Scott Brown (R-MA) pulled through an incredible and unthinkable victory tonight. Senator Arlen Specter (D - PA) loses the glow of being number sixty for the Democrats in the Senate.
The message from the Bay State is clear -- stop!
The Martha Coakley campaign has put out a release claiming ballots already marked with Scott Brown's name are being handed out. Before the Coakley camp released this information, I visited a polling precinct located at the Alexander Hamilton School in Brighton and the precinct warden told me about a similar circumstance, but he attributed it to voter error not a dirty campaign tactic
Brian Maloney at Radio Equalizer has a follow up on MSNBC's Ed Schultz's desire for ballot stuffing today.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Winner may not be sworn in until February, Democrats' health care quest has soured, and Finger-pointing begins for Democratic insiders.
After Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley addressed the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on Monday, she quickly answered some questions from reporters but dodged issues regarding negative campaign tactics and reports that the White House is preparing for her loss on January 19.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews appeared distraught this morning when he reported to Joe Scarborough and Mika Brezinski that Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos told him that Republican Scott Brown is leading Democrat Martha Coakley "by double digits"in all three "Bellweather areas" of Massachusetts.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Reid’s support falls even lower, Gillibrand is running scared, and Martha Coakley changes YouTube thumbnail away from 'deny rape victims care'.
Obama's intervention not well received in predictive market
An LGBT blog known as "Lezgetreal.com" is telling its Massachusetts readership to stay home on January 19, and not vote at all.
Outside of Northeastern University today, individuals, mostly young, waited for a number of hours waiting to catch a glimpse of President Obama. One supporter even admitted he was in line since 11 PM last night. Unfortunately, for the Senate candidate he was campaigning for in the school's sports complex, his fans barely could remember the name "Martha Coakley."
Congressman Barney Frank (D – MA) joined the Democratic Party faithful in Boston on Sunday to support Martha Coakley’s campaign for U.S. Senate and watch President Barack Obama give a final campaign pitch for the embattled Attorney General's election.
Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley's campaign for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts has become so desperate, her negative campaign ads attacking her opponent ,GOP state Senator Scott Brown, has been relegated to reminding voters in the state that Mr. Brown is a *gasp* Republican. Boston radio station 96.9 WTKK found the Coakley ads so amusing, the station created a parody of them.
Radio Equalizer's Brian Maloney captured MSNBC's Ed Schultz making a startling remark on his radio show yesterday about supporting voter fraud in Massachusetts, so Scott Brown would lose. The audio is below along with the transcript.