Former Senator Scott Brown told WBZ-TV Friday that he is not running for the open U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.
At a stop at Holy Cross in Worcester, Paula Ebben spoke with Kerry who was preparing to be sworn in as the 68th Secretary of State. He says the challenges will be enormous.
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
Hardly a day goes by when we don’t experience the unpleasant fallout from the loss of respect in our culture, from excessive, gratuitous profanity to the evaporation of simple courtesies.
The five-term Massachusetts Democrat was emotional at times during a speech on the Senate floor as he discussed the importance of listening and of cooperation.
Outgoing Sen. John Kerry is planning a farewell tour of Massachusetts before formally stepping down from the seat he’s held for nearly three decades.
So with the primaries only three months away, let’s get the conversation going about what sort of choices this race will offer.
GOP officials close to Scott Brown report that the former Republican senator is “leaning strongly toward running” in the special election to replace Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.
The vote was 94-3. Once sworn-in, Kerry will replace Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is stepping down after four years.
Secretary of State William Galvin says the election will be June 25, with a primary on April 30.