Massachusetts Senate Race Can Be Difficult For The DemocratsJanuary 19th, 2010 - 7:34 pm ICT by GD
By Meena Kar
Massachusetts, Jan 19, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The special Senate election to fill the vacant seat of late Senator Ted Kennedy is scheduled today. The voters of Massachusetts will express their opinion by casting votes in favor of the candidate, whom they consider to be suitable for the post. Though in the initial stages it was expected that Democrat candidate, Attorney Martha Coakley is the favorite in the election and would win the seat with a high margin, some of the latest surveys indicated that Republican candidate Scott Brown has high chances of winning the race.
As per the last reports, a large number of the registered voters in this state have supported the Republican candidate in some pre-poll surveys. Some survey reports even claim that the Republican candidate was the favorite and Democrat representative, Attorney General Martha Coakley might face a defeat. This is an extremely crucial seat for the Democratic Party and they have not left any stone unturned to influence the opinion of the voters and it would be extremely shocking for them to lose this Senate seat.
Senator Ted Kennedy had been elected from this seat and it was quite unexpected that a Republican candidate would become a favorite in this region. Republican Scott Brown, who was not as popular as Attorney General Martha Coakley in the initial stages of the election campaign, has built his reputation gradually. The candidate has tried to attract voters by his campaign agenda, which mostly focused on the healthcare reform of the president. Both the candidates have worked hard for this election and the result of their efforts would be declared once the poll is over.
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