Skip to comments.Watchdog reporters descend upon Massachusetts
Posted on 01/18/2010 1:31:49 PM PST by SoonerStorm09
LAWRENCE, Mass. With polls shifting back and forth between Massachusetts Senate candidates Scott Brown (Republican) and Martha Coakley (Democrat), the national media began descending on the Bay State over the weekend in anticipation of Tuesdays critical election.
And its a major election. One important enough to draw President Barack Obama to Boston on Sunday afternoon. The seat was held by Sen. Ted Kennedy for over four decades until his recent death. Now the balance of power could shift to the Republicans, with some polls Sunday showing Brown up by as much as 10 points.
But others show Coakley up by 2. We in the media, including Oklahoma Watchdog and other reporters with Watchdog sites and Watchdog.org are here to observe and cover the election through Tuesday night and work in tandem with other sites and organizations. Be sure to watch Oklahoma Watchdog and Watchdog.org for continuing election updates and observations.
U.S. Rep. Steve King, a Republican from Iowas 5th District, who came to Massachusetts to observe the election here, spoke to reporters on a conference call Sunday night.
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Let’s see if jimma carter shows up to ensure the election is fair.
He can take the guns from the black panthers and the acorn poll intimidaters.
Do you think Satan will let Teddy watch Brown take his seat? (as Satan shoves another pineapple up ted’s seat)
All I read about is a uni-directional landslide.
< / msm spin >
This sure couldn’t be a ref to the MSM...the guys who failed to vet O.