Multiple advisers to President Obama have privately told party officials that they believe Democrat Martha Coakley is going to lose Tuesday’s special election to fill the Massachusetts Senate seat held by the late Ted Kennedy for more than 40 years, several Democratic sources told CNN Sunday.
The dynamics of the race haven't changed. I'm still getting emails from every Tea Party related group on the planet about this race. Here's an example.
If you live outside of the area: There are two ways you can help that will make a dramatic impact on turning out the vote for Scott Brown.
FIRST: The most valuable way to help is to contact all of your friends, family members or acquaintances who you think or know are supporting Scott Brown. Or willing to hear you out. Contact them via email, Twitter, phone call, Facebook or carrier pigeon.
The president spoke on behalf of Coakley yesterday and so her campaign got some much needed media attention. This morning both were at an event marking Martin Luther King's birthday.
With more than 1,000 people in attendance at the Hynes Convention Center, Coakley entered the room to a light smattering of applause and took her place at the head table. Brown arrived a bit later and quietly took his seat at a table on the main floor.
A bit later, the two candidates took the opportunity to do some 11th-hour politicking, glad-handing attendees and posing for pictures. Coakley went from table to table through a sea of television cameras and promised to "work the vote" until the last minute.
"We're going to see this through," she told one guest.
Brown didn't speak and then criticized Coakley for "politicking" at this event. The dynamics remain the same and so I am still predicting that Brown wins going away.
H/T to Watchdog.org. Here's a video of a phone bank for Martha Coakley. The number of people, ZERO, tells the tale.