Former Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is heading to New Hampshire next month to deliver a speech before GOP activists.
Since winning last year’s grueling campaign, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has kept a relatively low profile in Massachusetts.
When one of our brighter new members is already spouting party-line talking points, is there hope for anything beyond more can-kicking?
The deal is based on a pledge signed by Republican Scott Brown and Democratic Elizabeth Warren during last year’s Senate race.
Let me see here; John Kerry is no longer the Senior Senator from Massachusetts…..YEAH! Massachusetts won’t miss that self-serving effete snob for a minute, but get this…Elizabeth (with 30-days experience) is now the Senior Senator from Massachusetts in Washington D.C. Holy crap
Despite his recent hospitalization, Menino has not ruled out running for a sixth term.
The choice of Sen. John Kerry as Secretary of State and who will replace him in Massachusetts was one of the topics, WBZ-TV and WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s political analyst Jon Keller reviewed on “Keller @ Large.”
Warren took the oath of office during a ceremony Thursday in the Senate chambers in Washington, D.C.
As Elizabeth Warren and Joe Kennedy are sworn into office Thursday, inquiring minds wonder – are they ready to dig in and do the dirty work we really need?
In an interview with WBZ’s Jon Keller, she was excited, skeptical and emotional about beginning her tenure.