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Brown And Warren Make Final Appeals To Voters

Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, campaign over the weekend. (AP)

Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, campaign over the weekend. (AP)

Across the state and the country, political candidates are making their closing arguments Monday. Here in Massachusetts, latest polls suggest the closely-watched race for U.S. Senate remains extremely tight.

We catch up with both campaigns as Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, make their final pitches to voters around the state.

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  • J__o__h__n

    Where is the evidence that Brown is a moderating influence on the Republican party?  Did his request that the “legitimate rape” candidate withdraw from the senate race have any impact?  No.  Did Brown’s letter asking for a rape exception to the Republican party platform’s abortion ban go anywhere?  No.

  • Chris in Boston

    It burns me up to continually hear Scott Brown say he’s 50/50, and bi-partisan.  He is nothing of the sort.  Look at his votes and do the math:  he voted with Mitch McConnell 70% of the time since he has been in the Senate.  This is the Senator who declared the “#1 priority of the Republican party is to deny Barack Obama a second term.”  Scott Brown voted for Mitch McConnell’s obstructionist agenda 70% of the time, which hardly qualifies as “bi-partisan” or  “50/50.”

    • Cindycb

       absolutely! If you want to be an “independent” thinker, put an I after your name.

  • CAWD

    He also said that he believes in supporting women’s issues, but voted no on the three that were contested AND admitted that he did so on his own website, effectively contradicting himself, particularly on the Lilly Ledbetter wage parity vote. 

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