Massachusetts Senate debate: Both sides score points, but no knockout

Brown, Ryan Lenora
June 2013
Christian Science Monitor;6/ 6/2013, pN.PAG
Although the two candidates running for John Kerry's open Senate seat in Massachusetts spent much of their first debate Wednesday night extolling the virtues of bipartisan compromise, the two found little common ground themselves in either substance or style.


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