Scott Brown Receives Republican Nomination For Election In January

December 9th, 2009 - 7:27 pm ICT by GD  

By Meena Kar
Scott BrownNewton, Dec. 09, (THAINDIAN NEWS) State Senator Scott Brown has won the Republican nomination to contest for the Massachusetts Senate seat, which earlier belonged to Senator Edward Kennedy. He defeated Jack E. Robinson in the Massachusetts Republican race this week and will have to contest against Democrat candidate, Attorney General Martha Coakley in the general elections for the Senate seat. The Republican candidate who did not pay much attention to Jack E. Robinson during campaigns and won the election without much challenges, should give importance to his democrat opponent while campaigning for the January polls though.

A military lawyer and telegenic triathlete, State Senator Scott P. Brown is not as popular as the democratic candidate Attorney General Martha Coakley is and so he should plan some effective strategies for winning against her. During the Massachusetts election for winning the general election nomination, Brown had criticized the democrats to strengthen his position but that might not be enough to acquire the Senate seat by defeating democrats in the election. He should try to increase his popularity so that he can improve his chances in the race. Many people consider the republican candidate to be a “good campaigner”. His presentable look and communication skills are expected to be advantageous for him.

According to the reports, many political analysts consider that even if the Republican candidate loses the general election on January 19, 2010, this race would have significant benefit in his political career and improve his profile as a politician. Though the chances of State Senator Scott P. Brown is low compared to the Democrat competitor, Democrats will surely not take any chance as they need to win this election for keeping their position strong.

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