Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, one of the Democrats’ best bets for winning a Republican-held U.S. Senate seat, has continued to raise more money than incumbent Republican Scott Brown, bringing in $12.1 million during the last three months.
President Barack Obama heads west today aiming to defend his party’s congressional majorities with campaign stops in Democratic-leaning states where he’s likely to have the biggest impact less than two weeks before the election.
Republican U.S. Senator Scott Brown drives a GMC pickup while Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren has a hybrid Ford SUV. She rakes in Hollywood cash. He draws on Wall Street. He calls her elitist. She brands him extremist.
The Republicans are poised to retake the U.S. House and narrow Democrats’ margin in the Senate, delivering a rebuke to President Barack Obama ’s party in a campaign shaped by voter anxiety over jobs and the economy.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential Republican vice presidential pick, outlined a vision of foreign policy that sounded more like President Barack Obama’s than that of Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican nominee.