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November 2, 2012

Politics Ain’t Beanbag - Elizabeth Warren in Lowell

by at 9:41 am.

(Bumped as a reminder…this event is today! –Lynne)

*FLASH* Anyone that attends tonight’s RALLY will receive 5 Million bucks from Donald Trump!
(h/t Letterman)

Where the ax meets the grindstone - Lowell. Do you remember this ad, Fighter?

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14 Responses to “Politics Ain’t Beanbag - Elizabeth Warren in Lowell”

  1. Lynne Says:

    OH LOOK, A LOWELL RALLY! Again!

    *rolls eyes at silly people in previous comment threads*

    This will likely be your last chance to see the candidate in person in our area. I certainly hope that undecided voters take advantage of this because seriously, when you meet her in person, you will see what a smart, down to earth, and empathetic person Elizabeth Warren is.

  2. Corey Erickson Says:

    I’m all for arming women, children and cripples with beanbags & less-than-lethal shotguns to deploy them but the fn prohibitionists are on their own.

    Unanimously attending… Corey #633

  3. Jack Says:

    No matter what you read below, volunteer and bust your ass for Elizabeth Warren. GET OUT THE VOTE!

    Poll: Warren Surging Toward Victory Over Brown

    10/30/2012

    Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (53 percent) has widened her lead over incumbent Republican Scott Brown (46 percent), according to a Suffolk University/7News (WHDH-Boston) poll of likely general election voters in Massachusetts. Just over 1 percent were still undecided. In a September Suffolk University/7News poll, Warren led Brown 48 percent to 44 percent, with 8 percent undecided.

    “Elizabeth Warren is riding a final wave of momentum to the U.S. Senate,” said David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center in Boston. “Unless something drastically changes in the final days before the election, you will be hearing the title ‘Senator-elect’ Warren instead of ‘Professor’ Warren.”

    Favorability in U.S. Senate race

    Warren is now seen as more popular, with 51 percent indicating a favorable rating and just 36 percent viewing her unfavorably. Brown struggled to maintain a positive rating with 45 percent favorable and 42 percent unfavorable.

    When voters were asked to compare Warren and Brown, Warren was seen as the candidate who better represents the interests of the middle class (51 percent to 36 percent), better represents the interests of Massachusetts (48 percent to 38 percent), and is running the better campaign (43 percent to 32 percent). Brown was seen as the candidate who would be a more independent U.S. Senator (46 percent to 41 percent).

    “There is a difference between being an independent voice and being the voice of independents,” Paleologos said. “Brown still leads Warren among unenrolled voters, but the margin has dropped below the 60 percent threshold, especially among women who are independents and in urban areas.”

    Brown led Warren 54 percent to 43 percent among all Independents, a drop from the September poll when he led Warren 55 percent to 34 percent. Among women independents in the most recent poll, Brown leads just 50 percent to 47 percent, compared to a 49 percent to 36 percent advantage in September. Brown leads 60 percent to 39 percent among independent men in the October poll.

    Brown and Rove’s super-PAC pals have, out of desperation, gone negative. They burned up Scott’s “Mr.Nice Guy” image, which we all knew was fabricated.

    We knew Brown’s bullshit would backfire:
    Brown Will Be Defeated and Scorched …

    And by bullshit, I mean:
    Asbestos Victims’ Law Firm: Scott Brown Lies

  4. Art is Fun Says:

    “This will likely be your last chance to see the candidate in person in our area” especially if she’s elected.

    Couldn’t help myself.

  5. Nana B Says:

    Jack. Hope none of the oppositions supporters show up and hurl insults at Ms. Warrens supporters and try to put a damper on her Rally.

  6. Jack Says:

    NanaB,
    Unless it’s Nangle’s crew, it won’t happen. Brown has no grassroots organization, no ground game. That’s why RoboRita was deployed in Lowell.

  7. joe from Lowell Says:

    “especially if she’s elected.”

    Zing!

    Nice one.

    Seriously, though, I think Lowell has somehow established itself as the Ohio of Massachusetts - the swinging front lines of any competitive race.

    Boy, it sure is a shame we’re so traditionally shy about seeking projects and funding from the state and federal government, or we might have taken advantage of this development.

  8. Joe S. Says:

    Brown cancels last debate after a favorable poll, only to be hit with one much less favorable after he withdraws. Now what?

  9. Leftist Pro Regressive Says:

    Yup. Nothing says, “Champion of the people!” quite like a lying, hypocritical, narcissistic, Big Governemnt authoritarian whose tax fetish is only matched by her rabid hatred of the federal limitations imposed by the US Constitution.

  10. Jack Says:

    It’s a good sign when the wingnuts blurt out.

  11. Lynne Says:

    Yeah gotta love the increase in traffic right before an election.

  12. Paul@01852 Says:

    … and you know they will disappear @ midnight Tuesday like Cinderella’s carriage

  13. Lynne Says:

    You said it, Paul!

  14. Mimi Says:

    It was a great event. Congratulations to the Lowell Warren campaign staff.

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