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1996 Senate Race: A road map for Scott Brown?

by: Karl Marx

Mon Nov 05, 2012 at 20:48:56 PM EST

The 1996 U.S. Senate race didn't wind up the way we wanted. Nonetheless, there's a strong case to be made that Senator Brown has to do well in a number of counties and emerge where William Weld did not do well.

Discuss among yourselves! 

Karl Marx :: 1996 Senate Race: A road map for Scott Brown?
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In general, a R wins statewide in MA by... (0.00 / 0)
...keeping the D margin low in strong Boston and strongholds like Cambridge/Somerville/New Bedford/Fall River/Springfield/Brockton/Lawrence; come even in the blue collar conservative areas like Quincy/Lynn/Salem/Lowell and then clean up in the suburbs--particularly the 495 belt.  Not sure why you pulled 1996 out of your hat...although, as I think about it, it was the most recent Presidential election year that had a major R run statewide.  All other R wins state wide occurred in off years or special election.  Given that, '96 does not bode well for this Presidential year.  

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