The Hiller Instinct: Senate Race
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I feel like I'm standing on a sunny island reading a weather forecast for a tsunami. I'd like to ignore it, but that would be silly.
Over the weekend, our Suffolk University pollster contacted voters in three key cities: Gardner, Fitchburg, and Peabody.
Those cities were picked because in the past, their local results were very close to the statewide totals.
In all three over the weekend, Scott Brown came out on top with double-digit margins.
Brown was also ahead in four other polls released today, while in a fifth, the candidates were tied.
All the polls have a margin of error, and all the polls could be wrong.
But, if they're right, then there is a tsunami coming here tomorrow...A political wave that will sweep away the status quo and end the Democratic domination of this state.
All I ask is that everyone votes so that whatever verdict is delivered tomorrow represents what a majority of Massachusetts citizens believe.
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