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Massachusetts Senate Race

Scott Brown is Coming to Washington!

Scott Brown is coming to Washington tomorrow. He will fly in and should be on Capitol Hill sometime between 10am and noon. Brown aides are describing this as informal courtesy calls, nothing official. Brown wants to be back home in Massachusetts for in time his daughter’s basketball game tomorrow night. While on the Hill he will meet try to meet with the following people; interim Massachusetts senator ... read more

Jake Gibson

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January 20, 2010

12:48 PM

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Steve Brown

January 20, 2010 11:00 AM

A (Profane) Echo From Massachusetts

...and if you hate language you cannot hear on broadcast television...read no further. (Seriously) Ready? A Democratic House staffer sent out an elongated one-word e-mail to friends after Scott Brown's victory over Martha Coakley in yesterday's special US Senate election in Massachusetts. It read: "F--------------------------------------ck!" (Sorry about the ... read more



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Kimberly Schwandt

January 20, 2010 10:57 AM

Brown Starts Early Day as Senator-Elect

After a stunning upset victory, Republican Massachusetts Senator-elect Scott Brown wasted no time in getting his message out after his epic win to win in the special election to fill former Senator Ted Kennedy’s seat. First on his schedule was an early morning appearance on The Today Show.  When asked if the election was a referendum on President Obama, he said ... read more



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Molly Line

January 20, 2010 9:31 AM

Trucking to Washington

Perhaps the most memorable symbol of the epic 2010 U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts will be an old pick-up truck. Scott Brown first introduced the voters to the old beater in television ads, featuring his state-crossing jaunts to chat up the populace. The ad invites constituents to ride alongside, gaze out the windows and watch the leather jacket clad candidate taking ... read more



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Kimberly Schwandt

January 20, 2010 8:27 AM

Read All About It-Mass. Newspaper Headlines

Here's a sampling of some of the front-page headlines on papers across Massachusetts: "YES HE DID!"..."A Sharp Right Turn"..."Game changer"..."Big Win for Brown"..."Epic Senate Upset"..."Brown's Blockbuster"..."Brown Sweeps South Shore" ... read more



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Molly Line

January 20, 2010 6:15 AM

Scott Brown Wins in Massachusetts

It's an upset victory of epic proportions. In one of the nation's Bluest states, where just 12% of registered voters are Republican, where Democrats have a super-super majority in the state house, where every statewide office is held by a Democrat... Scott Brown won. The GOP candidate will now be the lone Republican in the Massachusetts delegation- He will join his ... read more



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Kimberly Schwandt

January 19, 2010 10:42 PM

Coakley Supporters Stand By Their Candidate

At the Grand Ballroom at a downtown hotel in the hub of Boston, supporters and volunteers for Massachusetts Attorney General and Democratic candidate Martha Coakley continued to show optimism despite a week of reports that their candidate was falling behind in polls against challenger Republican State Senator Scott Brown. Mingling with each other, nibbling on food, and ... read more



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Eric Shawn

January 19, 2010 8:18 PM

Who are Coakley and Brown?

They may be running against each other, but Martha Coakley and Scott Brown have some things in common. They both were raised in Massachusetts, attended colleges there…she Williams, he Tufts… and they both graduated from Boston law schools. But he made his public mark first, in a very unorthodox manner. Scott Brown was named Cosmopolitan Magazine’s ... read more



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Molly Line

January 19, 2010 6:52 PM

Coakley Camp Question Integrity of Election

UPDATE: 7:50 pm The Brown campaign is responding to accusations made by the Coakley campaign that ballots were pre-marked. This statement was released by Daniel B. Winslow, Counsel for the Scott Brown for U.S. Senate Campaign "Reports that the Coakley campaign is making reckless accusations regarding the integrity of today's election is a reminder that they are a ... read more



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Kimberly Schwandt

January 19, 2010 5:18 PM

Voter Voices

FOX News caught up with voters at a polling station in Newton, Massachusetts to see what residents had to say as they trekked through the snow to vote in the Senate special election between Republican State Senator Scott Brown and Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley. The doors opened at 7am and our crew saw steady stream of voters all day, and this particular ... read more



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Molly Line

January 19, 2010 11:12 AM

Voters Brave Snow to Make it to the Polls

UPDATE 11:11 am From the Newton Community Service Center: The snow continues to fall but it’s not keeping voters away. Poll workers say they’re seeing a steady stream pouring in ... read more