Massachusetts voters are braving the snow to vote:
Turnout was reported to be heavy Tuesday as Massachusetts voters trudged through a light snow to choose their next U.S. senator.
Wait… do you really trudge through light snow? Isn’t that a bit like doing the butterfly stroke in a puddle? Anyway, overly-enthusiastic reporting aside…
Late internal polling by the campaigns indicated that the race between Democratic state Attorney General Martha Coakley and Republican state Sen. Scott Brown was too close to call.
A Suffolk University poll of three key towns Saturday and Sunday — Fitchburg, Gardner and Peabody — gave Brown a comfortable lead in each.
It’s gonna be a long night. I might be drunkblogging it.