FutureOfCapitalism.com, January 20, 2010: "How big a win was it last night for Scott Brown? The Kennedy compound is in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, which is actually part of the town of Barnstable on Cape Cod. Scott Brown won in nine out of nine precincts in the town of Barnstable and carried the town overall by a margin of 12,331 to 7,543, or 61% to 37%, according to the town election results (pdf). Senator Kennedy's neighbors, in other words, voted for Scott Brown by a wide margin."
The New York Times, January 25, 2010: "The Town of Barnstable, made up of seven villages, the largest of which is Hyannis, voted 12,331 to 7,543 in favor of Mr. Brown. The precinct that encompassed the Kennedy family's Hyannis Port compound, and where Mr. Kennedy himself used to cast his vote, also rejected the Democrat, Martha Coakley, the state attorney general who had been considered a prohibitive favorite."