Thursday, December 10, 2009

WSJ Thinks Democrats are the Majority in Massachusetts, But They are Wrong

Massachusetts Picks Senate Candidates -
With only 11% of the state's 4.1 million voters registered as Republicans, Mr. Brown is likely to face an uphill battle in the general election.
The WSJ forgets to count Independent voters in the equation.

Independent voters are the largest voting block in Massachusetts:
Independents, who may vote in either the Republican or Democratic party primaries in Massachusetts, are the largest voting bloc – 13 percent of registered voters are Republican, 33 are Democrats, while the majority are unenrolled in a political party.
Are Massachusetts Unenrolled voters truly independent? Will they vote for Scott Brown?

Are you an independent voter? What are your thoughts on the Senate candidates?


  1. Anonymous10:20 AM

    I am a registered independent. I intend to vote for Scott Brown.

  2. I am unenrolled and would vote for John Tobin if he were running. Otherwise I tend to vote conservatively and will likely vote for Brown.