It’s been called for Brown.
Daily Archives: January 19, 2010
With 62% in, it’s 53-46% for Brown.
WTKK is reporting that with 37% of the votes in, Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley 52-47%. Worcester County is falling for Brown 2-1.
The City of Worcester’s Division of Public Health will hold a free H1N1 (swine flu) vaccination Commuter Clinic on Wednesday, Jan. 20, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the historic Union Station, 2 Washington Square.
Posted by Jeremy Shulkin
Because of the special election there will be no City Council meeting tonight, and therefore no liveblog. Disappointing, yes, but the excitement will pick up next week right where it left off.
And if you haven’t yet, go vote!
Posted by Lisa Denoncourt
Having voted earlier in the day, Senate Candidate Martha Coakley braved the snowfall (in knee-high stiletto boots even!) to greet Worcester supporters outside the polling station at Temple Emanuel. “The only thing that matters is what voters do today,” Coakley said, igniting applause from the shivering crowd.
Word is that local Martha Coakley supporters will hold a victory party-or-wake at Jose Murphy’s after the polls close.
Posted by Tim O’Keefe
Campaigners both two-legged and four-legged brave the snow and cold weather this morning to show support for their candidate in Kelley Square. Today’s election is predicted to be a neck and neck race, with Democrat nominee Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown vying for the open seat in the U.S. Senate.