I am sure the Warren Campaign saw the latest money drops by the financial sector in Brown's pockets.
...Scott Brown (click here) raked in more than $500,000 from employees and PACs in the financial sector in June, the most recent month of data available, a report compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics for POLITICO found. That’s more than he’s gotten from the industry in any month since the start of last year....
There is a poll by the Boston Globe with 18% of those participating in the poll undecided about the Senate race in Massachusetts. The voters are thinking and that is a good thing. They should receive as much information from the Warren campaign as they want about the issues facing Massachusetts that would be on the agenda for a Senator.
I believe the integrity of a candidate is just as important as the willingness to serve. Senator Warren would be a person to turn to for information regarding the issues of the day. She needs to begin now so the people know what they are getting on Election Day.
She can handle the job. She proved she can be truthful and straight forward while putting together an entire agency to protect citizens from exploitation of the financial sector. An entire federal agency to protect a nation of people. No one can doubt she is qualified.
Elizabeth Warren is among the most moral when it comes to service to this nation as an advocate for the innocent and vulnerable. Massachusetts residents should be proud enough of her willing service to know they will have the best of the best for a Senator in Washington, DC.
Oh, one other thing. With all this money being poured into Brown's pockets, is there any chance he broke the campaign promise to 'keep it all in Massachusetts' with no influence from the outside? He probably has, it is just that with all the money, is the Brown campaign sure it isn't from people it should not be from?