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.
BOSTON — The senator says he’ll donate campaign donations he received from executives at the compounding pharmacy suspected in a deadly outbreak of fungal meningitis.
BOSTON — WBUR’s political analysts take a look at Wednesday’s U.S. Senate debate and ahead to Thursday’s vice presidential debate.
With a modest audience, WBUR’s Democratic analyst says it’s unlikely the debate moved the needle on the polling scale.
WBUR’s analyst scores the latest U.S. Senate debate on his new DIY scorecard.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The two talked almost entirely about policy during their third debate in Massachusetts’ closely watched U.S. Senate race.
Follow along as Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren square off in their third televised debate.
WBUR’s analyst unveils a new scorecard with the political criteria that most pundits use in analysis.
BOSTON — The debate takes place at Springfield Symphony Hall at 7 p.m. It’s the only debate in the western part of the state.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Western Massachusetts may only have an eighth of the state’s voters, but those voters are paying close attention to the U.S. Senate race.
BOSTON — Sen. Scott Brown’s campaign officials refused to make his client list public, demanding Elizabeth Warren release a full client list first.