TELL US: Who Won the Senate Debate?

Did Scott Brown or Elizabeth Warren take the win on the second debate?

Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren faced off in their second debate Monday night at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell.

Warren cited her advocacy for the working class and attacked Brown for his votes against jobs bills, casting him as a politician for the wealthy and corporate interests.

Brown touted his bipartisan record and attacked Warren on claims of Native American ancestry and legal work for corporations, painting her as an out-of-touch opportunist.

The Boston Herald has the complete video of the debate.

Both candidates got their share of applause from the audience, but we want to know what you think.

Who would you say won? Did either candidate sway you in either direction? Were your questions answered? Tell us in the comments below.

Carl Robbins October 03, 2012 at 02:44 AM
It's simple Kim...Elizebeth speaks with fork tounge.... Brown has a long record of the hingest integrity ( often an alien concept these days with the democrats) Myself? I find liars a distasteful bunch......I hold the truth in high regard........
Carl Robbins October 03, 2012 at 02:57 AM
Spoken like the folks that first fed the laced kool- aid to their children then drank deeply themselfs...... The good news Kate is there are plenty of stupid and uneducable like yourself that will vote with you this November! The bad news? Well for the "principled" there has been much, but the only thing your able to understand its this.....Eventually your heroes will run out of other peoples money, then the mess we will be in will not be imaginable .......
Toni M. Publius October 03, 2012 at 04:37 PM
The heritage debate is shameless! Who really thinks Elizabeth Warren needed affirmative action to get ahead? The same people who don't believe the president's birth records. She stood up against racist grandparents who denied her parents a normal wedding because of presumed Indian heritage. Denying indian heritage would have been siding with them against her parents. It shameful to parade this day after day on my TV with commercials endorsed by Scott Brown. This is not about lying, its about having no shame!
Chris L. October 03, 2012 at 05:31 PM
You're right, it is shameful. The same party that would give in-state tuition to illegal immigrants, allow illegal immigrants an unspoken immunity from the law...would have the audacity themselves to have continued "documentation missteps" of their own. Your claims of Lizzie standing up to racism are misspoken too. Her grandparents were upset about the tribe her grandmother was supposedly from, not that she was even indian, because as Lizzie tells it, mom was cherokee, dad was delaware. If the only true documentation is family lore, you should not claim it on ANY official paperwork, ANYWHERE. I once ran into Quentin Tarantino while in New York City...can my siblings start claiming celebrity status? I mean...it IS family lore....
Gretchen D'Andrea October 04, 2012 at 08:24 AM
Elizabeth Warren won.


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