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POLL: Should Scott Brown Agree to More Senate Debates?

Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren has agreed to more debates than the Republican senator and has called on Brown to agree to more.

Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has criticized Republican Sen. Scott Brown for not agreeing to more televised debates leading up to the Massachusetts Senate election.

Warren wants to have four televised debates, and the two have agreed to one at UMass Lowell co-hosted by the Boston Herald, as well as one hosted by WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller.

Warren would like to see debates in other parts of the state, including Central Massachusetts and today, June 25, she agreed to one in New Bedford hosted by the SouthCoast Alliance. She has accepted the invitation to a debate in Worcester, which would be sponsored by the Colleges of Worcester Consortium, the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the Telegram and Gazette.

Brown's campaign countered that he has agreed to six debates, including two radio debates, which Warren has not accepted. The six debates are the most by an incumbent, his campaign was quoted as saying in a Boston Herald article.

So far, Brown has not  agreed to a debate at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute which would be hosted by Victoria Kennedy, the widow of the late senator. Brown debanded that Kennedy agree to remain neutral in the race.

Along with the two TV debates, Brown has accepted debates on WTKK radio with talk show hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan, and with WBZ Radio with  talk show host Dan Rea.

What do you think? Should Sen. Brown agree to more debates? Vote in the poll and comment below.

janet halloran June 26, 2012 at 03:25 PM
I love how the questions are worded. Can you say liberal, liberal writer
x June 27, 2012 at 01:04 PM
Of course he should debate Warren. Native Americans are poor at debates, based on current land ownership records. Brown should brush up on the concept that no one really owns any land, we are just stewards of the earth, except for casinos. Reverend E. Raleigh Pimperton III

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