William Jacobsen is reporting live from the headquarters of Massachusetts GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown. Jacobsen reports that from the calls he made, “people seemed genuinely angry with the current state of the economy and politics. The support was genuine, not just lip service to get me off the phone.”
He adds: “People are furious at the attempt to delay a certification if Brown wins. That point hits home with a lot of the people we have called.” Jacobsen’s comment alludes to the Boston Herald’s report that “Scott Brown swearing-in would be stalled to pass health care reform.” My favorite part of the Herald story is Martha Coakley’s response to the report: “A spokeswoman for Coakley’s campaign declined to comment today.” But of course.
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UPDATE: Accorrding to the Public Policy Polling poll released today, the race is now a toss-up.
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