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-- -- out to be a fight to the finish in the race for critical senate seat Republican Scott Brown holding about nine points behind.
The Democrat Martha Coakley in the state of Massachusetts and both vying for the late senator Ted Kennedy's post.
But -- brown promising to stop the health care bill in its tracks in Washington.
While the base states -- -- -- rewrite the rule book again to keep them away from Washington.
From the commonwealth -- Molly Line is live in Boston how critical -- this city health care reform efforts that may or may not happen -- Yeah this is a really a pivotal race and it's looking up in this final week be.
Final debate with -- last night a little bit more -- than we've seen previously in the issue with the very center of this race is the same issue.
At the center political stripe in Washington that of course the health care reform bill Scott Brown.
The Republicans saying that he would be the forty close to go meaning that he did to guide it and and the filibuster send this.
Reform back to the drawing board Martha Coakley the Democrat thing that -- be a reliable sixtieth vote so.
At the center political -- the health care reform bill absolutely pivotal here instead of Massachusetts and it means a lot.
What's at stake is essentially the balance of up -- in the US senate watching.
That's a state dominated by Democrats to -- -- for the Republican to win it would truly be a ground breaker however we mentioned that the trying to right the real book again.
What does that mean.
Current legislator in place -- holding Ted Kennedy CB interim senator Paul Kirk.
Has said that essentially it after the election even if Scott Brown is elected and he had a chance to cast his vote before Scott Graham was actually an office that he would do so.
For the health care reform bill like he's saying that he's -- standing and for Ted Kennedy and that's the vote -- said he would he would take it given the chance Scott Brown saying that.
He should be gotten it should be able to get in place quickly enough to cast his own boat which he said would be the 41 -- essentially against health care reform.
No not really that would all come to pass only if Scott Brown wins this election.
Right now the polls are all over the place the Boston Globe has Martha Coakley up by fifteen Rasmussen -- -- has her up by nine points.
But the public policy -- has got.
Poll has Scott Brown I about a point so there's a dead heat in that respect this is really more of a race and I think Democrats were expecting that will be very interesting to see how things go elect.
-- almost -- turnout goes to in the month of January in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts out thank you Molly Molly lines live.
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