Sunday, January 17

Obama Headlines Rally for Coakley in Mass

The Rally for Martha Coakley in Massachusetts

Joining President Obama at the rally will be Senator John Kerry, Conressmen Ed Markey, Barney Frank, Richard Neal, Jim McGovern, John Tierney, Bill Delahunt, Michael Capuano and Congresswoman Niki Tsongas.

The rally was held at Solomon Court at Cabot Center

The live feed has ended however here is the MSNBC report on the rally.

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Inside the nations deep blue state, President Obama is set to headline rally for Martha Coakley, the Democratic candidate for the seat vacated by the death of Senator Ted Kennedy.

With the Health Care reform bill hanging in the balance, President Obama has decided that this last minute trip to Massachusetts to rally support behind the suddenly outrun candidate is a must.

Coakley had been the front runner right up until recently when the Republican candidate, Scott Brown kicked his campaign into high gear with the backing of the Republican National Party.

They were convinced that they had no chance of defeating a Democrat deep in the blue bastion of Massachusetts but poll numbers started to show they might have a chance. High profile Republican stars began to rally around the Senate hopeful in an effort to fight for every vote. The biggest of the Republican stars that has visited to date however is former New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani.

For Coakly however, President Barack Obama will speak at a Boston rally in support of Attorney General, Martha Coakley. During the rally President Obama will emphasise how important electing Martha Coakley is for Massachusetts the health care reform package as well as the creation of jobs in America.

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