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Martha Coakley

  1. 2022 midterms
    Larry Hogan and the Fantasy World of Moderate RepublicanismRepublicans are trying to talk Maryland governor Larry Hogan into a Senate run, but his brand of politics probably isn’t the party’s future.
  2. politics
    Scott Brown and a Perilous Decade For ProgressivismIn January 2010 all the excitement associated with Obama’s election began to dissipate after a special election in Massachusetts.
  3. early and awkward
    Another New England Politician Has Managed to Alienate Every Red Sox FanCandidate for governor in Rhode Island thinks Curt Schilling is a liar.
  4. election 2010
    Scott Brown Is the Newest Senator from MassachusettsDemocrat Martha Coakley concedes.
  5. early and often
    Coakley Campaign Takes on the Democratic PartySomeone thinks she already lost.
  6. early and often
    Lots and Lots of Massachusetts Voters Heading to the Polls, But No Indication Which Way Things Are GoingHeading into today, polls had Scott Brown in the lead. But no exit polling leaves us in the dark until tonight.
  7. early and often
    Scott Brown Pulls Away from Martha CoakleyDemocrats are scared.
  8. early and often
    Who’s to Blame for a Candidate Like Martha Coakley?In a way, this is all Teddy’s fault.
  9. health-care reform
    Martha Coakley Reveals Scott Brown Doesn’t Pay for His Employees’ Health InsuranceThings are getting even more contentious in Massachusetts.
  10. early and awkward
    Obama Heading to Massachusetts to Save Coakley, Health-Care Reform, His Entire AgendaHe’s his own last hope.
  11. early and often
    Time for Democrats to Start Freaking Out Over MassachusettsRepublican Scott Brown really could win, and ruin health-care reform.
  12. early and often
    Rasmussen: Massachusetts Senate Race Neck and NeckMartha Coakley is still confident, though.
  13. early and often
    Can Dems Get Anything Done With Fewer Than 60 Seats?That’s the question of the year — or maybe just the month.
  14. health carnage
    One Crazy Way Health-Care Reform Could FailCould Democrats lose their filibusterproof majority before the final vote?