No Fourth Brown-Warren Massachusetts Senate Debate
Both Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren couldn't agree on a make-up date for their four US Senate debate, forcing organizers to canceled it.
The fourth debate between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren, originally scheduled to be broadcast live on Tuesday, Oct. 30, but postponed because of the storm, will not be rescheduled. The Boston Media Consortium sponsoring the debate has been working with both campaigns to reschedule the match, and offered multiple alternative options. The campaigns could not agree on a new date, so the debate will not take place.
“This is very disappointing for all the citizens who will not have an opportunity to hear directly from the candidates a week before this important election,” said WGBH executive producer Linda Polach, who has been coordinating the effort for the consortium. The debate was to take place at the WGBH Studios in Brighton.
The consortium includes The Boston Globe, Bloomberg Radio, New England Cable News, WBUR Radio, WCVB-TV, WGBH-TV, WGBH Radio, and WHDH-TV. The debate was to be moderated by John King of CNN.