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(NECN: Boston) - Her father is the talk of Washington Republicans, but Ayla Brown says she has an independent streak - and a voting record to prove it. In an interview with Beth Shelburne of New England Cable News Friday, Ayla Brown, the daughter of Massachusetts Senator-Elect Scott Brown, acknowledges that she voted for Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry in his 2008 re-election campaign. Brown says she met Kerry at an event she sang at and was impressed by him personally. "I thought he was incredibly nice and like I said, I take that into consideration when it comes to voting - because those who reach out to the people and who are nice to those who are in Massachusetts, that's all you need to know, she said. "Usually those nice people will work hard for those in Massachusetts." Brown says she's registered as an independent - known as 'unenrolled' in Massachusetts. "There are times I have voted for a Republican, there are times I have voted for a Democrat. I really just try to look at the people." You can see Beth's full profile of the Boston College student, singer and basketball star as part of NECN's one-hour special, "Mr. Brown Goes to Washington," Friday night at 8pm on New England Cable News. CLICK HERE to watch the full interview with Ayla.