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Poll: Scott Brown Leads Elizabeth Warren for Senate

Brown leading likely opponent, 49 percent to 40 percent.

Boston.com is reporting that a new poll has U.S. Senator (and Wrentham resident) Scott Brown leading potential challenger Elizabeth Warren by nine points.

According to the report, the Suffolk University/Channel 7 poll has Brown ahead 49 percent to 40 percent.

Brown defeated Attorney General Marth Coakley in 2010 in a race for the seat formerly occupied by Ted Kennedy, who died in office.

Army Chick February 22, 2012 at 12:12 PM
I am a Republican but will not vote for Brown (or vote for any Senator) at all because of his support for the NDAA and te Enemy Expatriation Act. Brown, like me, raised his right hand and swore to defend the Constitution of the country in the Armed Forces and he took a similar Oath of office and has not lived up to it.
Tom Wrynn February 22, 2012 at 01:35 PM
I suppose I could look it up but what does NDAA stand for?
Stanley R Baker February 22, 2012 at 05:39 PM
Scott Brown is a liar and a friend of the rich. why anyone would vote for this lying man I do not know but I live in Wrentham and have seen this man lie over and over again. He speaks about the people but the only ones that matter are the rich and those that give him money for his candidacy. I was given calls by this so called man if the people telling me he would be helping us out only to go for the most popular or party line vote. I hope people read this and see the errors of their ways because if this guy gets in office and not Warren you can kiss the Senate protection we do not have since this man took over Ted Kennedy's office when he died. Ted would be turning over in his grave and so will the rest of you if you waste a vote on a man who's proven track record says he only cares about Scott Brown, much like Romney.
RJP3 February 23, 2012 at 05:12 PM
The Catholic Church teaches it's followers that women should not be in leadership positions === I am shocked when I here my female relatives apply to this business and politics but they do. Massachusetts is NOT as liberal as people think --- lots of knuckledragging suburbanites who are being manipulated by a very oppressive religion every Sunday.
RJS February 23, 2012 at 09:58 PM
I am voting for Elizabeth Warren. I am impressed with her intelligence and ability to stand strong on the important issues and not back down to the opposition in areas of improved health care costs and services, economic policies, and education that improves the lives of the 99% not just the 1%. She is humane and compassionate, but effective and resolute. Massachusetts and the country need her in the Senate. She will add so much to move this country forward.
Southender February 23, 2012 at 10:11 PM
Warren is MIA and pulling a Coakley. Where is she?
Southender February 23, 2012 at 10:13 PM
Brown has repeatedly either gone with the GOP or waited until the last minute when he knew a Bill was going to pass - then vote with the Dems. His Bill to import 10,500 Irish is a ploy for SouthBoston. And, his recent vote in favor of denying women contraception shows his true colors.
CJG February 24, 2012 at 07:49 AM
Mr. Baker...what's wrong with having rich friends, or being rich? Warren has rich friends too. Where does your paycheck come from... Poor people? If your a government worker, rich people pay your bills. They are the ones paying taxes. And P.S. all politicians lie...everyone lies.

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