Republican senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts has regained the lead in his race against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, according to a new poll by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the Boston Herald.
Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren turned down a cake celebrating the Occupy Wall Street movement's first birthday on Monday. Staffers from the state Republican party tried to hand her the cake at a press conference, the Boston Herald reports:
A new ad from Elizabeth Warren's Senate campaign features boxing coach Art Ramalho of Lowell, Massachusetts. Ramalho was the first coach of Micky Ward, the professional boxer who inspired the 2010 film, The Fighter. In the ad, Ramalho calls Warren a "real fighter" and says her opponent, Republican senator Scott Brown, has been "siding with the big money guys." Watch the ad below:
Charlotte Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren made a pitch to the middle class in her primetime address to the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night—and was a big hit with the Democratic faithful, to boot.
Warren, who is challenging incumbent Republican senator Scott Brown, received an extended standing ovation as she took the stage in the packed Time Warner Cable Arena. “Warren! Warren!,” the delegates chanted.
The chair of the Democratic party in Massachusetts has apologized for saying Republican senator Scott Brown was trying to be an "honorary girl" by folding towels in a recent campaign ad. The Boston Herald reports:
An aide to Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat, appears to have knocked the video camera of a Republican tracker after an event this weekend in Martha's Vineyard. Watch the video below:
A new poll of the Massachusetts Senate race shows Republican Scott Brown opening up a six-point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren. Forty-nine percent of respondents support Brown, the incumbent running for reelection, while 43 percent support Warren. Nine percent are undecided.
The Boston Herald today reported that the daughter of Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren chairs a non-profit group called Demos, which pushes state governments to spend taxpayer money to register welfare recipients to vote. The president of Demos, Miles S. Rapoport, has donated to Warren's campaign against incumbent Republican senator Scott Brown.
When you take your campaign cues from Harry Reid, then you surely are running short on inspiration. But that is where Elizabeth Warren, who laid the intellectual foundation for the Occupy movement, finds herself. She is now calling for her opponent in the Senate race for what was once thought of in Massachusetts as "the Kennedy seat" to release his tax records. The thing is ...
Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has a new ad running on Massachusetts television praising the Chinese government's investment in public works projects. The ad encourages the United States to follow the lead of the Asian Communist country and "do better." Watch the ad below, courtesy of the New York Sun:
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren backed away from her statement that supporters of hers from Wall Street tell her she could "save capitalism." The Boston Herald reports on the Democratic candidate's walkback: