Third Poll Confirms Elizabeth Warren is in the Lead

By: Tuesday September 18, 2012 10:01 am

Yet another poll confirms that Elizabeth Warren (D) has taken the lead in the Massachusetts senate race. According to a new Suffolk University poll she has as four point advantage over Republican incumbent Scott Brown. From Suffolk University: Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (48 percent) has overtaken incumbent Republican Scott Brown (44 percent), in a Senate [...]

Elizabeth Warren Takes the Lead in Massachusetts

By: Monday September 17, 2012 10:02 am

Two new polls both show that Democrat Elizabeth Warren leads incumbent Republican Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race. This an improvement from earlier in the cycle when some polls showed Brown with a small advantage. The Western New England University poll of likely voters has Warren leading by six points. It found Warren 50 [...]

Todd Akin Becoming Poison For the Whole GOP

By: Monday August 20, 2012 1:03 pm

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) wanted to face Rep. Todd Akin in the general election, because she knew he was the type of right wing radical that stood a good chance of eventually getting himself in trouble once he got under the intense spotlight of a competitive senate race. It seems Akin has delivered beyond her [...]

Massachusuetts Senate Race Still Tied

By: Tuesday June 26, 2012 1:46 pm

The Massachusetts Senate race is probably the most important — but so far least exciting — race of the year. Control of the Senate could easily hinge on this one race.  But the contest remains completely tied according to PPP. PPP’s newest poll on the Massachusetts Senate race finds it dead even, with Elizabeth Warren [...]

Mixed News for Democrats in the Senate Races

By: Thursday May 24, 2012 10:17 am

A flood of new Senate polling holds mixed news for Democrats as they try to retain control despite a very unfriendly map. The good news: Ohio and Virginia. In Ohio Incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown holds a huge lead and is currently polling over 50 percent. That is about as good as one could hope a [...]

Incumbent GOP Senators Have Little to Fear in General Election

By: Friday April 20, 2012 2:22 pm

As a result of which year Senate seats are up and several retirements, extremely few sitting Republican senators have anything to fear this November. There are only 10 Republican-held seats up this year; and because of retirement, only 7 incumbent Republicans are running in those seats. Of those seven incumbents, only two are considered to [...]

MA Sen: Elizabeth Warren’s Huge Fundraising Haul

By: Monday April 9, 2012 2:06 pm

In an email announcement today the Elizabeth Warren campaign said they raised $6.9 million since January 1st for her Massachusetts Senate campaign. That figure is well in excess of the $3.4 million her opponent, incumbent Republican Scott Brown, pulled in last quarter, although the Brown campaign does have a significant amount saved up from earlier [...]

MA Sen: Warren Takes Lead over Brown

By: Tuesday March 20, 2012 1:02 pm

Elizabeth Warren currently holds a five point lead over incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race, according to PPP. PPP’s newest Massachusetts poll finds Elizabeth Warren leading Scott Brown 46-41. Brown is not proving to be an overwhelmingly popular Senator. 45% of voters approve of the job he’s doing to 42% who [...]

Suffolk Poll: Scott Brown Leads by Nine in MA Senate Race

By: Friday February 17, 2012 10:53 am

Incumbent Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R) currently holds a nine point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, according to a new Suffolk University poll. Q14. If the General Election for United States Senate were held today and the candidates were Republican Scott Brown and Democrat Elizabeth Warren for whom would you vote or towards whom [...]

Holding on to the Senate Is Looking More Possible for Democrats

By: Wednesday February 15, 2012 3:01 pm

The Senate map for 2012 is just inherently awful for Democrats. They have to defend incumbents in 23 states, while the Republicans only need to defend 10. Even if there is a relatively strong national Democratic turnout in 2012, the party will likely still have a net loss of Senate seats. With that factored in, [...]

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