Spoiler: He’s not at the airport.
Spoiler: He’s not at the airport.
“I deeply resent your email to me requesting support for the Fascist [sic] c—s you represent,” the letter reads. A spokesman for Brown: “We completely disassociate ourselves from this individual.”
A tracker filmed him riding around in an SUV.
An odd email from the former Massachusetts senator. Brown has now cut ties with the company. Update: Mike Huckabee sent out the same email.
Pocket Tweets, brah.
This is how you plot a comeback.
The senator’s scoop falls flat. “Not true,” an aide to Harry Reid responds.
The progressive champion takes office 50 years after Teddy Kennedy was elected. “A repudiation of Citizens United and unfettered greed, a repudiation to people who think it’s alright to undo the regulations on Wall Street,” says Kerry.
On Election Day, Scott Brown tried in vain to get working-class men on his side. “You think she has anything in common with you?” he pleaded
“She sees the constellation of possibilities and she lifts our gaze for this state and for this nation,” says Markey.
Barely clothed, running for Senate the Scott Brown way.
Brown was endorsed by five-year-old Olivia, and responded by recording a thank-you video flanked by stuffed animals — a nice break from a toxic Senate campaign. “I’m asking you and all of your friends and parents and everybody you know to get out and vote on November 6th.”
But maintains that Obamacare is the wrong way to do it.
A plan to keep it civil has backfired badly in Massachusetts. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren can’t keep their hands clean.
The front pages didn’t give the Brown-Warren Senate debate to either candidate as the horserace enters October.
In their second debate, the Senate candidates attack each other on all of the non-policy issues. David Gregory fanned the flames.
His first answer of conservative firebrand Justice Antonin Scalia was booed by the crowd, and Sen. Scott Brown named three other justices — including one on the left. Elizabeth Warren went a simpler route.
The strategy to keep hitting Warren on her questionable Native American ancestry may have gone a bit far.
A Brown spokeswoman says Senator Brown still supports Romney, despite a report in The Hill in which he wouldn’t say whether he still backs his fellow Republican.
Plus, a cutting ad.
The Brown campaign circulates video of the candidate signing “Pow Wow Chow.” Courtesy of conservative talker Howie Carr sneers at Warren.
“Like much of America.” Also: “Ted Kennedy changed my life.”
Nerdy charm and a sharp new line of attack. She’s a far better candidate than she was a few months ago — but that may not be enough.
The liberal champion of the left picks a fight on the stump. “There’s now no escaping the basic vision of the Republican Party.”
Ryan’s budget plan is particularly toxic in liberal Massachusetts, and his entry into the race gives ammunition to Democrats trying to portray Brown as extreme.
Rep. Michele Bachmann received widespread Republican criticism for linking Hilary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff to the Muslim Brotherhood, Politico reported. “Huma Abedin has three family members — her late father, her mother and her brother-conected to Muslim Brotherhood operatives or organizations,” Bachmann wrote.
John Kerry could offer a second chance.
A source passes on these shots of Warren and Brown as teenagers, when she was a debate-team star and he was prom king.
Warren enters prime time with impassioned introduction of Obama at Boston fundraiser.