Brown, Warren set to go head-to-head

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September 20, 2012, 8:37 am
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(NECN) - Ahead of the Massachusetts Senate Debate, a new poll is closer look at how the race is shaping up among voters.

The latest UMass-Lowell survey shows that Sen. Scott Brown (R) has a six-point lead over Elizabeth Warren - registered voters - with a margin of error of 5 percent.

The lead is smaller among likely voters, and within the same margin of error.

Surrogates from each campaign - Jesse Mermell and Elizabeth Mahoney - joined "The Morning Show" to discuss the upcoming event.

Mermell is a Brookline selectman and Elizabeth Warren supporter, while Mohoney is a Massachusetts Republican State Committee member and Scott Brown supporter.

Watch the attached video for the entire discussion.

Tags: Senate, Scott Brown, politics, Elizabeth Mahoney, Elizabeth Warren, the morning show, jesse mermell, Mass. Senate race
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