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Brown 2d most bipartisan senator in 2011, study says

Could help effort to hold on to seat

US Senator Scott Brown has a new piece of evidence to tout his moderate credentials: a Congressional Quarterly study that lists the Massachusetts Republican as the second most bipartisan senator in 2011, behind Maine’s Susan Collins.

The study from Congressional Quarterly, a publication that covers Capitol Hill, said that Brown voted with his party 54 percent of the time and with President Obama’s stated positions 70 percent of the time.

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