“Scott Brown Era” (January 19, 2010 – June 25, 2013)

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About Jerold Duquette

Jerold Duquette is an associate professor of political science at Central Connecticut State University. He is the author of Regulating the National Pastime: Baseball and Antitrust and has published articles and book chapters on campaign finance reform, political parties, Massachusetts politics and political culture, public opinion, and political socialization. Professor Duquette lives in Longmeadow, MA with his wife and four children.
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3 Responses to “Scott Brown Era” (January 19, 2010 – June 25, 2013)

  1. John J. Fitzgerald says:

    Why did Markey lose every precinct in Longmeadow? Was it the lack of participation of the unenrolled? More men voting than women? An influx of young voters? 18 year oldsters? Hot weather?

    Longmeadow is a Republican town.



  2. Every city and town that borders Springfield voted for Gomez. The Republican candidate’s margin of victory in these cities and towns was smallest in Longmeadow. That being said, I am genuinely surprised that precinct A went to Gomez.

  3. Ben says:

    Not only did every city and town bordering Springfield vote for Gomez, all of Hampden County except for Springfield and Holyoke voted for him. So while the poorest county in the state voted for Gomez, the two poorest towns in the county (and two of the poorest in the state) voted for Markey.

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