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U.S. Senator Scott Brown says Mass. AG could lose her election
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 September 2010 10:37 Written by rslcpol Monday, 20 September 2010 12:58
From the Boston Herald:
A Republican write-in candidate for attorney general who wants to do what U.S. Sen. Scott Brown did – beat Martha Coakley – is off to a “pretty substantial” start, the iconic Massachusetts GOP standard-bearer said yesterday.
Brown suggested yesterday that a repeat of his own come-from-behind win by former prosecutor James McKenna of Millbury is possible if voters want to send a message.
“They’re sending a lot of very powerful messages,” Brown noted, in an apparent reference to national upsets and strong Republican turnouts Tuesday in Massachusetts. He called McKenna’s “10,000 times two” write-in vote claim “pretty substantial.”
McKenna won at least 10,000 write-in votes Tuesday to win a place on the Nov. 2 ballot, according to Secretary of State William Galvin. But McKenna claimed yesterday that when the tally is complete, he’ll have at least 20,000.