Elizabeth Warren's Senate campaign gains momentum

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October 3, 2011, 5:58 pm
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(NECN: Allison King) - Elizabeth Warren had her first real news conference Monday, where she took questions from reporters at a podium.

It came just after receiving the endorsement of Congresswoman Nikki Tsongas up in Lowell -- but the questions were focused on this latest poll, which shows Warren running neck and neck with Scott Brown.

Elizabeth Warren was asked for her reaction to Setti Warren's dropping out of the race this week.

He said that Warren significantly changed the dynamic of the race for him and he didn't see a path to victory.

Others felt that Setti had been pushed out of the race by Washington insiders who supported Elizabeth Warren.

Warren says she's never been called a Washington insider before and that one only needs to look at some of her YouTube clips to realize why she said that.

Tags: Senate, Scott Brown, Setti Warren, Elizabeth Warren
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