Shovel Ready. Martha Coakley's Phone Bank Is Empty – Needs Workers (Video)
The rats are jumping ship.
That truck-bashing speech by Barack Obama yesterday did wonders.
Martha Coakley’s phone bank is dead:
Video of a Martha Coakley phone bank at the Massachusetts Teachers Association headquarters in Boston.
(BOSTON, MA) On the eve of one of the most anticipated state elections in modern American history, it’s still a day off for Massachusetts state employees. The Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office in downtown BMass Teachersoston is closed to the public for Martin Luther King Day. However, at least one intrepid worker is answering the phones in case local election officials need help preparing for tomorrow’s special election showdown for the U.S. Senate seat from Massachusetts. The unnamed worker expects Secretary William Galvin in the office later today.
Meanwhile, across the street at the Massachusetts Teachers Association, the holiday and a bitter winter storm have kept the crowds away from a phone bank for Democratic candidate Martha Coakley. As of 10:20 this morning, not a single volunteer had yet arrived for the 10am phone bank.
More… Speaking of shovel ready… There are over 100,000 dead voters still registered in Massachusetts.