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Elizabeth Warren Leads Scott Brown by Largest Margin

Public Policy has released a new survey showing Elizabeth Warren leading Scott Brown by the largest margin she has yet recorded, leading by a 53% to 44% margin. This is an increase over the PPP polling from last week, which … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Senate Debate

The Elizabeth Warren-Scott Brown debate series had volume 3 last night, in Western Massachusetts. I watched it, and although I am a partisan Dem I thought both candidates were better than in the two prior debates, with sharper focus on … Continue reading

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Brown Edges Into Lead

A new WBUR/Mass Inc. survey has Scott Brown edging ahead of Elizabeth Warren by a 47% to 43% margin. With “leaners” included the margin is 48% to 45%, with 5% undecided. The poll also measured the Presidential race with Barack … Continue reading

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The Scott Brown Effect- Numbers in The First Essex Senate District

We have examined the statewide polling numbers in the Elizabeth Warren-Scott Brown race in earlier posts, with those numbers showing a difficult (but not impossible) road ahead for Senator Brown. But different regions of the Commonwealth have differing voting patterns, … Continue reading

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The Scott Brown- Elizabeth Warren Debate

Here is the full video of the Senator Scott Brown-Elizabeth Warren debate. Much to take out, but how about the resistance to Simpson-Bowles by Scott Brown, with a deferential nod to the balanced approach of that panel by Elizabeth Warren. … Continue reading

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The Scalia Response

Scott Brown, in response to a David Gregory question, said that his ideal Supreme Court Justice was Antonin Scalia. I think he realized his error and tried to walk it back, but the right answer for him was Anthony Kennedy, … Continue reading

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New Brown-Warren Polling, and the Mitt Romney Effect

The new Boston Globe survey on the Massachusetts U.S. Senate race came out today, showing the inexorable drift towards Elizabeth Warren that Suffolk had picked up a week or so ago. This drift comes in spite of voters having a … Continue reading

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