Sunday, November 4, 2012
Check out the side-by-side comparison on how the two candidates stack up on the issues.
The final debate between Senator Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren was cancelled because of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Some voters viewed the final debate as the last chance to hear from both candidates before making up their minds on who to support. For those voters or for people who want to make sure they are voting for the right person, check out diffen.com for a side by side comparison. The website compares the candidates’ stances on many issues, including healthcare, immigration, gun control, gay rights and national security. The election is Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Sen. Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren faced off in Lowell for round two of their debates.
With polls showing a neck-and-neck race for Massachusetts' U.S. Senate seat, Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren came with claws sharpened to their second debate Monday night at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell. Even with its scattered punches and zings, Monday's debate may not be a game changer. It was generally predictable and lacking much about specific national issues, and moderator David Gregory spent most of the time asking about character attacks. Gregory started the debate with the glaring question about Warren's heritage. Warren claims to have Native American ancestry, but prove of that ancestry has not been presented. This has created a firestorm for the professor. "From the day I was born until my …
Friday, July 6, 2012
Hamilton resident Connor Schmidt is a summer intern for the Elizabeth Warren for Senate campaign and writes to express his support.
Friday, July 6, 2012
To the Editor: This summer, it has been my pleasure to work as an intern with the Elizabeth Warren campaign for U.S. Senate. As I reflect on my time growing up in Hamilton, I become more and more sure of my support for her. Warren is a candidate who wants to invest in the middle class, as she is a strong advocate for spending on infrastructure, technology, and education. I would not be the person I am without the fantastic Hamilton-Wenham schools and Elizabeth Warren truly wants to give everyone similar opportunities. Warren is a candidate for the people, backed by those looking to change the system in Washington, not by lobbyists or big banks. She has proven capable of breaking through the Washington gridlock, as she did with her …