Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown (left) answers a question during a debate against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren on Monday at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, Mass.
October 7, 2012 Despite the state's liberal reputation, voters there have never elected a woman to the U.S. Senate or the governor's office. Next month, control of the Senate may hinge on whether Massachusetts will vote for a woman, as Democrat Elizabeth Warren challenges incumbent Sen. Scott Brown.
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Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., speaks during a news conference in Boston last Friday.
September 26, 2012 The principal chief of the Cherokee Nation is calling on Massachusetts senator to apologize for a video that allegedly shows members of his staff imitating "stereotypical 'war whoops chants.'" Brown has said he doesn't condone the actions.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren addresses the Democratic State Convention before the delegate vote in Massachusetts Saturday.
June 2, 2012 Warren secured more than 95 percent of the delegate vote at the state's Democratic Convention, clearing the way for her to focus solely on incumbent Sen. Scott Brown.
January 21, 2010 In the first hour, campaign finance reform and the future of the Democrats' health care overhaul. In the second hour, the roots of extremism and new technology for philanthropy.
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