A new WBUR poll finds a turn in the U.S. Senate race. Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown now leads his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, 47 to 43 percent.
In one ad, the widow of an asbestos victim credits Warren for going “all the way to the Supreme Court to try to get more money for asbestos victims.”
Elizabeth Warren and her campaign must use this week’s debate to begin to wrest control of the terms of this race from Sen. Scott Brown.
A new poll shows negative ads may be affecting the both candidates running for a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.
Tea party activists are again supporting Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown this election, even though many aren’t thrilled with some of his votes over the past two years.
Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren received the endorsement of a group of black ministers in Boston on Thursday.
Warren has been a counsel on cases before the Supreme Court and federal appeals courts.
Filling out his do-it-yourself scorecard, our Republican analyst finds U.S. Sen. Scott Brown won the second debate against his challenger, Elizabeth Warren.
The good news: Warren will get better. The bad news: If she doesn’t, Brown will get away with not paying a price for being a Republican in a state where the GOP candidate for president is going to get creamed.
Follow along as Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren square off in their second televised debate.
The debate is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday night at the University of Lowell and is co-sponsored by the school and the Boston Herald.
With 37 days left until the election, the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts is very close as the candidates prepare to debate for a second time Monday night.
Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, traded barbs Saturday over allegations that they both illegally worked with outside political groups.
Our Democratic analyst says during Monday night’s debate, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren needs to emphasize that her opponent, Sen. Scott Brown, is a Republican.
The competing complaints charge that the Brown and Warren campaigns illegally coordinated with outside groups on attack calls and mailings.