From the Boston Globe:
When Ted Kennedy died five months ago, who would have guessed that the contest to replace him would be anything but a slam-dunk for the Democrats? Yet there was no slam-dunk on that stage last night (during the debate), and the race certainly doesn’t feel like a slam-dunk now.
“It’s not the ‘Kennedy Seat,’ ’’ (Scott) Brown (R) has been reminding (Democrat Martha) Coakley lately. “It’s the people’s seat.’’ Amazing thing is, he could be right.
Brown is within 2 points today according to Scott Rasmussen, one of the best pollsters going in terms of predicting a result.
This is potentially a game-changing election if the Republican wins the Senate seat of Ted Kennedy. Or, perhaps more correct, another indicator of how the game is already changing.