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Victory party jubilation, and a dash of vindication

Scott Brown bumped fists with Doug Flutie, a high-profile backer who provided live music for the Republican’s gala. Scott Brown bumped fists with Doug Flutie, a high-profile backer who provided live music for the Republican’s gala. (Barry Chin/ Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / January 20, 2010

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As Scott Brown delivered the closing line of his victory speech and an elbow-to-elbow crowd hung on his every word - “I am nobody’s senator except yours!’’ - hundreds of balloons spilled from the chandeliered ceiling, bursting on impact with a pop-pop-pop that evoked gunfire. (Full article: 675 words)

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