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A BMG/Research2000 poll just released showed very, very different numbers.

This election is really going to greatly depend on who shows up. If it's dominated by the suburb/exurb vote, Martha Coakley may be toast (though it would be close). If the city crowd shows up in force, she'll win with a somewhat comfy margin. Sometimes that crowd is a little harder to nudge to the polls, but they typically show up for Senate elections. I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest all this last minute pushing by the activist base of this state, who are now out there in full force because of the polling situation, will actually make a difference and we'll have a decent turnout after all, which will almost ensure Coakley the victory.

Robert Corey

Many points in Jack Sullivan's attack on Scott Brown's position on health care are certainly debatable. But give Brown credit for his corret use of grammar. He said, "...that's the difference between Martha and me," not "I." Sullivan must be of the "between you and me" generation.

Jack Sullivan

Mr. Corey, actually, that is the correct quote, ". . .Martha Coakley and I." It's at the 8:40 mark of the debate. And I am of the correct grammar generation as well as the accurate notetaking generation. But thank you for your comment.

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