January 19, 2010

Local Results

Justin Katz


Drudge is reporting that Coakley has conceded by telephone. Here's the story in the Globe, but high traffic appears to have crashed the site.

Local election returns in Massachusetts, tonight, make for an interesting map that will bear further analysis as time progresses. Note, for instance, the huge margins for Coakley in Fall River and New Bedford.

The live results map from the New York Times, however, shows that this isn't a regional result, inasmuch as the two precincts between the cities are red. Urban blight seems to suit the Democrats just fine, it would seem. Perhaps the blighted should think on that.

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One of the dumber thing the katzman has written!

Posted by: Yes nonaybe at January 19, 2010 9:32 PM

Wasn't my best quip, but I'm trying to follow the news and blog while doing the dishes...

Posted by: Justin Katz at January 19, 2010 9:38 PM

Above this might be the post of the year and it's only January. Did the species known as the thoughtful liberal die out with Moynihan?

It will take deep analysis to discover the truth behind the numbers. This election is a watershed for those plotting strategy for November.

Posted by: BobN at January 19, 2010 9:38 PM

America to Pelosi:F**k You!!

Posted by: joe bernstein at January 19, 2010 9:47 PM

Just a comment on Church and State, I noticed that two (possibly more) Attleboro polling places were in churches.

Posted by: Warrington Faust at January 19, 2010 10:53 PM

Patches should not be feeling well right now...Loughlin is going to open up on him and with the GOP in daddy's seat he is probably going to jump off a bridge...

Posted by: Bob at January 19, 2010 11:23 PM

YAHOO!!! Great job, Massachusetts!

(Justin, I suspect the disgruntlement above is with the substance of your post, not your writing.)

Posted by: Monique at January 19, 2010 11:48 PM

"Just a comment on Church and State, I noticed that two (possibly more) Attleboro polling places were in churches."

Yup, elsewhere around Massachusetts, too, Warrington.

It gave me pause, also, when I learned about that this week. And then I remembered that it hadn't stopped Mass from being a very blue state all these years.

Posted by: Monique at January 20, 2010 12:12 AM

I'm still celebrating victory at the Park Plaza with Scott!

Posted by: Will at January 20, 2010 12:18 AM
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