This video needs to be sent to everyone's Democrat friends to show why they don't need to vote down party lines this time around. If their hero, Chris Mathews, says Brown wins, but more importantly, WHY he will win, then they should pay attention.
A vote for Marcia Chokely is a vote for Health Care that will do absolutely nothing for MA residents except cost us all money we don't have.
Here is the actual poll that Chris Matthews was refering to. This is the hard copy of their press release:.
Suffolk University's survey of three bellwether counties has them breaking hard for Brown. From the release:
The bellwether polling, conducted Saturday, Jan. 16, and Sunday, Jan. 17, shows:
• Brown (55 percent) leads Coakley (40 percent) by 15 points in Gardner. Independent candidate Joseph L. Kennedy polls 2 percent, while 3 percent are undecided.
• In Fitchburg, Brown (55 percent) has a 14-point lead over Coakley (41 percent), with 2 percent for Kennedy and 2 percent undecided.
• Peabody voters give Brown (57 percent), a 17-point lead over Coakley (40 percent), with Kennedy polling 1 percent and 3 percent undecided.
**Note: As good as this polling news is. Don't forget that a poll is a poll not a vote. Brown supporters must not be lulled into a sense of complacency. Everyone needs to vote. No-matter the weather. Vote. Vote. Vote. Polls are great for the morale of the reported winner. But do not let your guard down. Now is the time to PUSH, PUSH, PUSH. There are always psy op strategies to polls and their announcements.
> Call the polls close and you will bring up the morale of the team with the least momentum.
> Call the polls wide and you may erode the will of the leading team and lull them into complacency.
Bottom line: Ignore the polls and VOTE VOTE VOTE. Feet on the street is going to win this nothing else.