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TELL US: Who Won the Senate Debate?

Share your thoughts on Monday's debate.

Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren faced off in their second debate Monday night at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell.

Brown touted his bipartisan record and attacked Warren on claims of Native American ancestry and legal work for corporations, painting her as an out-of-touch opportunist.

Warren cited her advocacy for the working class and attacked Brown for his votes against jobs bills, casting him as a politician for the wealthy and corporate interests.

The Boston Herald has the complete video of the debate.

Both candidates got their share of applause from the audience. But we want to know what you think.

Who would you say won? Did either candidate sway you in either direction? Were your questions answered? Discuss in the comments below.

Bill October 03, 2012 at 03:00 PM
100% correct. The Dem Party is a business model - they votes and money in return for giveways through entitlement programs and increased spending that benefit public unions. That is why they are pushing the Dream act and amnesty - more voter who owe them
JG October 03, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Mickey, if we use your logic then we shouldn't elect Tierney,Kerry and the rest of the Mass Delegation for they only do what Reid and Pelosi tell them and not one of them has every had a "good idea that moved our country forward". Face it Mickey, Warren is just another bleeding heart liberal. We already have enough of them representing us in washington. You do realize that over 60 percent of the registered voters in Massachusetts are NOT Democrats,right? I think it would be fair for the Massachusetts Independents, moderate Democrats and even those filthy Republicans to have at least one voice in Washington, don't you?
kerstin locherie October 03, 2012 at 03:47 PM
Any intelligent debater would know that Brown won the debate, period.
Mickey D October 03, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Perhaps remedial debate watching is in order then!
Header October 04, 2012 at 12:23 AM
Liz is the problem, not the solution. Just think how affordable college could be if moonbats like her didn't make $325k for teaching one fluff class. No wonder students are drowning in debt!

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