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Brown, Warren Debate For Third Time

Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren fought over who would be better at creating jobs, protecting Medicare and keeping down the cost of higher education during their third debate Wednesday night in Springfield

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Brown Declines SouthCoast Debate

The SouthCoast Alliance is holding a senatorial forum next Thursday at UMass Dartmouth.

Both candidates have been invited, but Craig Dutra of the Alliance tells WBSM News only one candidate is showing up

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Brown Edges Warren In Latest Poll

Scott Brown has pulled ahead of Elizabeth Warren in the latest poll.  The poll by WBUR shows Brown holding a four-point lead, 47% to 43%.  The poll of 502 likely voters has a margin of error of 4

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New Warren Ads Defend Legal Work

Democrat Elizabeth Warren has launched two new television ads responding to criticism by Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown of her work in an asbestos-related case.

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Warren, Brown Pick up Key Endorsements

Republican Senator Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren picked up high profile endorsements on Friday. 

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Rhetoric Heats Up In Mass. Senate Race

Gov. Deval Patrick is calling Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown "a Bay State birther" for running television ads focusing on Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren's claims of Native American heritage.  Patrick made the comment during an interview on WCVB-TV.  Asked whether the ads are good political strategy, Patrick, a Democrat, said he hoped not, adding ``Sen. Brown has turned into a Bay State birther.''  The ads suggest Warren used the claims to get hired as a Harvard Law School professor, something she's denied.  A Brown spokesman said Warren could end the issue by releasing more documents.  Patrick's comment refers to so-called ``birthers'' who maintain President Barack Obama was born in Kenya despite the fact that Hawaii officials have repeatedly verified Obama's citizenship.  Warren has said she was told growing up her mother had Native American heritage.

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Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren Clash In Second Debate

U.S. Senator Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren clashed on several issues during their second debate last night held at the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus.  Brown says he's a nonpartisan Senator who votes the best interests of Massachusetts, not along party lines.

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Brown and Warren Visit New Bedford This Weekend

On the eve of their second debate tonight, Senator Scott Brown and Challenger Elizabeth Warren spent some time in New Bedford this weekend visiting the Working Waterfront Festival.

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Elizabeth Wareen not licensed to practice law in MA

In the name of full disclosure BEFORE the election, U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren admitted she is NOT licensed to practice law in MA!

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Menino Endorses Warren for U.S. Senate

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has won the endorsement of Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. Menino, also a Democrat, made the endorsement Friday afternoon at a Warren rally in the city's Roslindale neighborhood.

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