Sen. Scott Brown's personal attacks are getting him nowhere against Elizabeth Warren, as the Democrat continues to lead the Massachusetts Senate race 50%-45%.
Mitt Romney said Scott Brown was sent to DC to stop ObamaCare, calling out Brown as a Republican obstructionist sent to DC to do the Republicans' bidding
Elizabeth Warren rolled over Scott Brown in their second debate as the incumbent lost his cool, and cracks started to show in his moderate pseudo-Democrat facade.
The one discussion that has not been receiving quite as much focused attention is the race - and racism - factor in this campaign.
In a racist attempt to mock Elizabeth Warren three of Scott Brown's staffers were caught on video chanting war whoops and doing tomahawk chops.
Elizabeth Warren came out aggressively and dominated Scott Brown by highlighting his support for tax cuts for the wealthy and subsidies for big oil.
A new PPP poll of the Massachusetts Senate race has found that support for Elizabeth Warren has swung seven points in the past month, and she now leads Scott Brown 48%-46%.
Howard Rich is one of a number of extremely wealthy old men who are not only buying congressmen and women, but state legislators was well.
Bill Clinton delivered what may have been his finest speech in entering Barack Obama's name into nomination at the Democratic Convention.
Elizabeth Warren sent a wave of terror through every right wing billionaire with her scathing critique, and dismantling of their corporate takeover of America.
Tuesday is the opening day of the Democratic Convention. The speakers must speak the truth. The Bush administration screwed everything up.
Fox News is feeling so threatened by Elizabeth Warren that they called on Sarah Palin to attack the Massachusetts Senate candidate and call her a Marxist.
Hate group president Brian Carmenker says that Elizabeth Warren is a communist because she supports everything conservatives hate
Elizabeth Warren demonstrated why Wall Street doesn't want her in the Senate with a 52 second destruction of Mitt Romney's alternative reality that the banks are over regulated.
President Obama looks like he's going to be re-elected, no African Americans will be elected to the Senate in 2012, but their support will be critical in Senate elections across the country.
A new Public Policy Polling poll of Massachusetts has found that Elizabeth Warren has increased her lead over Sen. Scott Brown to 46%-41%.
There was a time when union members voted in their own economic self-interest. Unfortunately, this seems to be changing in Massachusetts where Scott Brown leads Elizabeth Warren with union members.
A new WMUR poll of Massachusetts finds Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren holding a narrow lead over Republican Senator Scott Brown, 46%-43%.
The WMUR poll shows the race between Warren and Brown to be as close as close can be. Not only is Warren’s three point lead within the poll’s margin of error, but both candidates hold positive favorable ratings. Sen. Brown’s has a favorable/unfavorable split of 50%/29%. The lesser known Elizabeth Warren has a favorable/unfavorable split of 39%-29%, with 15% undecided and 14% never heard of her. Scott Brown’s highest favorability ratings by demographic are with voters age 30-44 (59%), and women age 18-49, (53%). Elizabeth Warren’s best favorable numbers by demographic are with voters age 60+ (51%), and women age 60 and over (50%).
During a recent appearance on Current TV, Elizabeth Warren used her ownership of IBM stock to prove once again why there is no comparison between her and Mitt Romney.
Here is the video from Current TV’s The War Room: