MA Gov: All Tied Up

Guy Benson
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Posted: Sep 27, 2010 7:57 AM
A new Boston Globe poll shows Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial challenger Charlie Baker pulling into a statistical dead heat with incumbent Governor Deval Patrick (D):

In the Globe poll, taken last week, Patrick, a Democrat, won support from 35 percent of likely voters, compared with 34 percent for Baker, a statistical tie given the poll’s margin of error. Cahill, the state treasurer who left the Democratic Party last year, continued to lag far behind with 11 percent. Green-Rainbow candidate Jill Stein got 4 percent, and 14 percent said they remain undecided.


As the Globe story mentions, the wild card in the race continues to be State treasurer and Democrat-turned-Independent candidate, Tim Cahill, who polls in double digits and is cannibalizing support from both major party nominees.  Speaking of which, how much must Patrick want the "Green-Rainbow" party candidate to go away?  More on this race later.