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October 25th, 2012
06:32 PM ET

New poll in Massachusetts Senate Race shows gains for Warrren

WHDH Reporter Andy Hiller tells Brooke that a new poll indicates that the voter trend is moving toward Democrat Elizabeth Warren and away from incumbent Republican Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race for Ted Kennedy's old seat.


Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
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  1. josephS

    Warren winning would lend credence to the notion that voters actually want a government of people such as Warren who see the public purse as their own. She rails about the system being rigged. She IS the system. She's like Larry Sommers – in and out of public life, consulting here and there, taking humungous salaries at major universities for doing relatively little work, driving up student costs by accepting no-interest loans from Harvard – Elizabeth Warren IS part of the rigging. She IS the rigging.
    Voters need to wake up.
    Warren's vision, one that Obama has adopted for his campaign (ie., "You didn't build that"), ought to be a warning to anyone out there who wants a job and understands where jobs come from.

    October 26, 2012 at 1:25 pm |
  2. Peabody Voter

    Elizabeth Warren represents the people.
    Scott Brown represents the 1% via the Tea Party.

    Simple choice. Elizabeth Warren for Senator. (Unless you're luck enough to be part of the 1%)

    October 30, 2012 at 4:33 pm |
  3. socal62

    A vote for Elizabeth Warren is a vote for middle class families. She represents an ideology for the majority of people who work hard to bring home a paycheck. Tea party candidates have shown us that their only role is to clog the wheels of forward movement with no ideas of their own. The Republican party can't even reason with them. It's time to oust this non essential group. Vote Elizabeth Warren!

    November 4, 2012 at 2:21 pm |

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