Via the Boston Globe, which has had some very good local coverage in the last few days. North Shore, South Shore, Central Mass, and the Cape (excluding P-Town, obviously, which gave Coakley her highest numbers in the state), all pretty solidly red. The early rumors from people in the hall that Brown was in a dead heat with Coakley in Boston, of course, turned out to be false. For purposes of comparison, check out this town-by-town map of the 2008 election:
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