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2010 special US Senate results

BY: Robert David Sullivan
Republican Scott Brown's upset win in the January 10 special election to succeed the late US Sen. Ted Kennedy was largely due to his overwhelming strength on the South Shore and in the central part of the state, as the map below shows. Statewide, Brown got 51.94% to Democrat Martha Coakley's 47.07% and Libertarian Joseph Kennedy. For complete town-level data, including a comparison of Brown's performance to the last statewide victory of the GOP in Massachusetts (Mitt Romney's election as governor in  2002), click here for an Excel spreadsheet and here for a PDF. The numbers are from the Associated Press and were first published by the Boston Globe.



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