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Posted on 01/19/2010 8:13:59 AM PST by big black dog
The polls have opened at 7AM in the vote for Senate Election in Massachusetts. Polls will be open until 8 PM this evening. Results from exit polls will show early indications of who is leading the race for Senate. More solid early exit polling results are expected by shortly after noon time in Massachusetts.
Early exit polls in the Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody areas show Brown leading by 14, 17, and 15% points. While too early to call a lock similar continued results by 2 3pm should confirm the loss by Martha Coakley.
All three early predictors have Scott Brown gaining over 50% of the states voters in a sweeping come from behind victory.
The Candidate are voting early at their respective hometown polling booths at the 7 AM opening of polls. Scott Brown votes in Wrentham while Matha Coakley heads to the polls this morning in Medford.
Candidates are making early morning phone calls thanking supporters for their support while trying to energize their base to mobilize supporters to get out and vote. Projections are for a Scott Brown victory in the heavily Democratic State of Massachusetts.
Yes, but well, maybe just a little YEAHHHHH BABY!!!
Encouraging since many GOP voters actually have jobs and don’t vote until they get off work.
Yes. Sounds like good news for sure, but the only polls that matter in the end are the ones that get counted at the very end after 8:00.
If Brown wins which looks likely, please wrap him in bubble wrap and protect him like a precious jewel. There is no place so low that a Democrat won’t go, if you get my drift.
If Voinovich screws us on Obamacare, he will be tarred and feathered after this victory in MA.
He wouldn’t dare, would he?
Way too early dog! Never underestimates the depths progressives and their cohorts will sink to cheat.
I got out bright and early and voted, for Brown of course!
Nope. Not gloating now or later.
We’re made of sounder stuff than the socialists.
Go, Scott, go!
Stay on 'em, you people!
Looks like a combination of snow, sleet and rain all day into the evening. Should keep the vote churning to a minimum.
Early morning polls are meaningless. Most Democrat voters don’t even get out of bed until the liquor stores open.
I heard this morning (don't remember which channel) that he was "called to the WH for a meeting." Also don't know if it took place yet.
Don't put anything past this freak.
Way too early unless they polled dead people too.
My polling place is quite small, because it’s a small town. But at 9 this morning it was mobbed for a small town. Steady stream of folks, and it usually isn’t that busy on a regular election. The woman said it was a busy morning, and added, the busier the better. No idea what she meant, and not going to speculate.
She's engaging in pure speculation, based on a report of a meeting of Voinovich and Obama, at the WH, at 11:30 this morning.
The only kind of poll that matters is the one counted by the voting judges. And since MA is a Dhimmicrat state, I think gloating is FAR too early...
Yes, so the Republican poll watchers have to be out in force all day, particularly at the very end to make sure everything is going above board and the polls close at 8:00. In Detroit in 2000 or 2004, some of the precincts stayed open hours after the polls were supposed to close.
Not true. George is going to hold fast on health care. Nasty rumor.
Lets’ us not forget the lessons of exit polls during the 2000 general election..VOTE like we are behind..I urge every MA. voter to exercise their franchise. Please don’t be lulled by all the reports. It’s time for the coup de grace.
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