REVERE (CBS) – Newton Mayor Setti Warren and Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll are both considering runs for to oppose Sen. Scott Brown for the U.S. Senate seat in 2012.

The politicians, who are both Democrats, were in attendance at the annual mayor’s meeting in Revere on Wednesday.

Mayor Warren said that he would like to concentrate on jobs in the Bay State if he follows through on a run.

More from Carl Stevens’ Journal:

“I’m very concerned about making sure we have resources as a mayor, as people in the middle class trying to support their families. At this time, I’m very seriously considering,” said Mayor Warren, who expects to decide on a run by the spring.

Meanwhile, Mayor Driscoll said she could make her decision by the end of March.

“I really feel like getting around and talking to a lot of folks and getting positive feedback,” said Driscoll.

Comments (5)
  1. John Adelman says:

    I think both candidates should run in the Democratic primary.

  2. Stephen Gitmo says:

    Two clowns will be contending against Senator Scott Brown, what a joke but in Massachusetts all Democrats no matter how stupid they seem are serious contenders.

    1. ek148 says:

      WHY, the Newton Mayor just got in…….and who is DRISCOLL?

  3. eddwal50 says:

    why not patrick for senator then we can say the 3 stoogies are running against brown

  4. JohnZelazo says:

    John T. Zelazo, a Democrat from Adams, is in planning for a run for Senator in 2012. Mr. Zelazo is considering a winning run aganist Scott Brown and is not just looking at the Kerry seat should Kerry accept an appontment in the Obama second term. Mr. Zelazo, active in polotics since his youth, says that he will become the first openly gay person to ever serve in the United States Senate if elected by Massachusetts voters in 2012. Mr. Zelazo plans to address the Democratic state convention in June as a cnadidate for United States Senator and is a delagate to the convention as well. .

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