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Scott Brown seeks underdog role

He anticipates Warren as his opponent for US senate seat

On the verge of what is expected to be a long reelection year, US Senator Scott Brown declared himself the underdog yesterday in a battle against probable Democratic opponent Elizabeth Warren, but expressed confidence that he can win a full six-year term by persuading voters that she is too liberal and uncompromising on a host of issues.

“I’ve always been the underdog, and I will be the underdog again,’’ Brown said yesterday, referring to his come-from-behind victory in January 2010 when he stunned the political world by capturing the Senate seat once held by Edward M. Kennedy.

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