BOSTON — Brown needs a larger percentage of unenrolled voters to back him in order to take the lead, MassINC’s Steven Koczela says.
BOSTON — WBUR’s political analyst give their take on the latest WBUR poll numbers, which puts Warren ahead of Brown, 48 to 43 percent.
BOSTON — Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren leads Republican U.S. Sen Scott Brown, 48 to 43 percent.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Elizabeth Warren talks about what she would bring to Capitol Hill if she’s elected to the Senate.
NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Elizabeth Warren’s critique of Sen. Scott Brown on women’s issues is part of her campaign to persuade voters that this race is about which party controls the Senate.
BOSTON — Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren continue their push with just over two weeks to go before Election Day.
BOSTON — Despite the fact that Massachusetts provided the blueprint for President Obama’s federal health care law, debate over that signature piece of legislation continues to loom large.
BOSTON — Veterans’ issues took center stage Saturday at rallies for both U.S. Senate candidates in Massachusetts.
BOSTON — Warren spent $13 million from Aug. 18 through the end of September, while Brown spent nearly $9 million.
BOSTON — Warren’s campaign has now raised more than $35 million to date, while Brown’s campaign has topped $24 million.