Mass. Senate Candidates Hit Campaign Trail

BOSTON (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his chief Democratic rival are heading out on the campaign trail again this weekend.

On Saturday, Brown is planning to attend a banquet sponsored by the Massachusetts Disabled American Veterans in Randolph. He is scheduled to serve later as a judge at a chili bowl benefit in Foxborough to support the YMCA’s Reach Out for Youth and Families campaign.

Warren on Saturday is scheduled to speak with students at the College Democrats Convention before meeting with voters at the Fenway Health Women’s Dinner and the Utility Workers event.

All three Warren events are scheduled to take place in Boston.

The campaigning comes as Brown and Warren have both stepped up their outreach to voters even through the general election is still eight months away.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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  1. Rob Cleary says:

    Just look at the devastation the Harvard crowd occupying the White House is causing. Do you think for a second that Lear Jet Lizzie is going to do anything to stop these American Haters in the Obama administration? She is part of the problem, not the solution.

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