In our inaugural “Blue Commonwealth" survey, influential Democrats paint an early picture for November's general election.
A majority of influential Massachusetts Democrats think Scott Brown's reputation of being a "liberal conservative" will cost Elizabeth Warren votes from those Massachusetts voters who usually vote Democratic: that's the main finding of Patch's Inaugural Red Commonwealth survey. When Patch asked if Democrats think that so far, Elizabeth Warren has effectively explained how she will push for traditional Democratic issues like women's rights, education for all and vote against corporate greed, the majority said she had. Forty responses were collected, a majority of which agreed Brown is making inroads with traditionally Democratic voters. One hundred twenty three Massachusetts Democrats were surveyed last week in Patch’s inaugural Blue …
Several Milton residents traveled to Springfield for the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s Endorsing Convention, where Elizabeth Warren earned 96 percent of the vote to become the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate.
A group of Milton residents, including Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, attended the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s Endorsing Convention last weekend. At the convention in Springfield, U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren received 96 percent of the convention's delegate vote. Warren will now challenge Republican Senator Scott Brown. The Milton delegation members are as follows: Robert Jubinville, William White, Kristine Hodlin, Darnell Turner, Joseph O'Malley, George Richmond, Joan Gancarski, Germaine Riordan, Laurie MacIntosh, Thomas Flynn, Michael Maholchic, Kathleen Moore, William Moran, Elizabeth White, Stephen Morash, Kathryn Fagan, Michael Chinman, Catherine Shaffer, Deborah Milbauer and April Lamoureux.