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Massachusetts U.S. Senate Race Issues

 Repubilcan 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)

BOSTON — Over the last four months, WBUR reporters have taken a close look at the issues impacting the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts and where both Republican Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, stand. Check out the reports below:

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  • RotisD

    Bye Bye Brown

  • Laursy98

    I’m a Democrat. And I drive a truck. http://youtu.be/MGPH_svDAvA

  • Kodiak_G

    I respect Scott Brown. But I cannot vote for a politician who pledges to an interest group to vote a certain way. I believe in a balanced approach to deficit reduction–spending cuts and moderate tax increases. Mr. Brown has pledged to Grover Norquist and his ATR group that he will, under no circumstances, support any tax increases.  This means only spending cuts to social insurance programs. As a voter, I want politicians in Washington who are willing to compromise, not a senator who has already chosen how he will vote before any legislation is written or debate has been made. The Senate was designed to be deliberative; if Mr. Brown has chosen to not take a deliberative stance on one of the most important issues Congress is tasked with, I am unable to support him.

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