Live coverage of the US Senate race - The Boston Globe Live coverage of the US Senate race - Local News Updates - The Boston Globe 10:24 p.m. -- Scott Brown campaign manager Beth Lindstrom says the campaign started about 4 1/2 months ago with just a few people who believed in "the little campaign that could." 10:11 p.m. -- President Obama has called both candidates to congratulate them. "The President congratulated Senator Brown on his victory and a well-run campaign. The President told Senator Brown that he looks forward to working with him on the urgent economic challenges facing Massachusetts families and struggling families across our nation. The President thanked Attorney General Coakley for her hard work and urged her to continue her advocacy on behalf of working people," press secretary Robert Gibbs said in a statement. 10:07 p.m. -- Coakley left the stage and shook people's hands to the strains of "Don't Stop," the song used by former President Clinton at his campaign events. The song says, "Don't stop thinking about tomorrow." 10:05 p.m. -- Coakley: "You don’t always win all the time but you put in your best efforts because sometimes it’s more important to travel hopefully than to arrive. And we will continue to travel hopefully, I know that." 10:01 p.m. -- Coakley: "OK, so this is the deal: Although our campaign ends tonight, we know that our mission continues and our work goes on. I am heartbroken at the result and I know that you are also but I know that you will get up together and continue this fight even with this result tonight. There will be plenty of Wednesday morning quarterbacking about what went right, what went wrong and I know everyone – including me – will be brutally honest." 9:59 p.m. -- Coakley talks about her husband joining her recently on the campaign...

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