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Brown, Warren say they are eager to debate issues

Challenge issued, but nothing set

The morning after his rival, Elizabeth Warren, overwhelmingly won the Democratic endorsement at the state party convention, Republican Senator Scott Brown wasted no time challenging his opponent to a debate.

“Over the next five months, voters will get a chance to hear from both of us through several debates and forums,” Brown wrote in a news release Sunday. “I have already accepted an invitation to debate from radio host Dan Rea of WBZ-AM in Boston. I look forward to meeting Professor Warren there for our first debate of the campaign.”

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