Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Voters Make Their Voices Heard in Historic U.S. Senate Election

On Tuesday, January 19, 2010, the eyes of the nation were on Massachusetts and its special election, as Bay State voters elected State Senator Scott Brown of Wrentham in a politically earthshattering upset win over State Attorney General Martha Coakley, to fill the U.S. Senate Seat held by Ted Kennedy for 47 years. The Bean Media caught up with voters outside of City Hall in Boston, to find out what issues mattered most to them in this historic election.

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