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As a Cambridge real estate agent, the city squares of Cambridge, Somerville and Medford and the town centers of Arlington, Watertown and Belmont, Massachusetts are my home turf. And as a lifelong New Englander who’s lived within twenty miles of Boston most of my life, I can introduce you to other nearby towns as we search for your new home. If you’re planning to sell your home in Cambridge, MA or nearby you’ll find plenty of info about the home selling process here too. Questions? Send me an email or call me at 617-504-1737.

Blue Towns

massachusettsIt was Martha Coakley by a landslide in Centers and Squares territory.  While we’re all in denial today, the votes were counted and statewide Brown won yesterday’s election 51.9% – 47.1% or 1,168,107 to 1,058,682 votes.

But the picture was very different in Cambridge and nearby.  Here’s how we voted:

  • Arlington: Coakley 65%, Brown 34%
  • Belmont: Coakley 59%, Brown 40%
  • Boston:  Coakley 69%, Brown 30%
  • Brookline: Coakley 74%, Brown 25%
  • Cambridge: Coakley 84%, Brown 15% 
  • Concord: Coakley 62%, Brown 37%
  • Lexington: Coakley 65%, Brown 34%
  • Lincoln: Coakley 68%, Brown 34%
  • Medford: Coakley 57%, Brown 42%
  • Newton: Coakley 67%, Brown 32%
  • Somerville: Coakley 75%, Brown 24%
  • Watertown: Coakley 61%, Brown 38%

I was happy to see that Belmont, former hometown of Mitt Romney, was firmly in Coakley’s camp. Medford’s numbers are appalling given that it’s Martha Coakley’s hometown. Boston’s, Somerville’s and especially Cambridge’s results – woohoo!  

My mother was ready to move to western Mass after seeing the Globe’s red/blue map – solid blue from Northampton to New York – until I told her about the vote in Cambridge.  But we’re keeping the map posted on the fridge – we know where our friends live.

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