LOWELL - Elizabeth Warren proved she was a champion debater in high school.
She reiterated it last night, when she clearly was the most adept in the first debate among the six candidates vying for the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s 2012 US Senate nomination.
I'm thinking the best thing to do is keep the few moderate Republicans we have right where they are.
I don't think Elizabeth Warren should run for senate. I think she should run for president.
Why would you vote for a Progressive Liberal Loon?
joefromchicago wrote:I don't think Elizabeth Warren should run for senate. I think she should run for president.
I must protest. She should run for vice president on Nancy Pelosi's ticket. Further proof that you and I will never agree on anything political.
The nonpartisan Cook Political Report lists seven Democratic-held seats and three Republican-held seats as tossups. In two of the three Republican-held seats, the challengers have an excellent chance at winning: In Massachusetts, Democrat Elizabeth Warren can beat Sen. Scott Brown (R), who, despite his popularity, is playing on Democratic turf to hold onto the late Sen. Edward Kennedy’s old seat.
A WBUR poll of 507 likely Massachusetts voters (PDFs — topline, crosstabs) finds Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren leading Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, 45 percent to 40 percent. The survey has a 4.4 percent margin of error.
Dem. 1,453,005 53.4%
Scott P. Brown
Rep. 1,265,875 46.6% Incumbent