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The Boston Globe


Scott Brown paints win as key for GOP

Pitch to non-Mass. Republicans stresses control of Senate, not bipartisanship

Senator Scott Brown has made extraordinary efforts to differentiate himself from the national Republican Party in his tough reelection bid ­— appearing with President Obama in campaign commercials, calling himself an independent voice on the trail, and chastising his Democratic opponent, Elizabeth Warren, for her efforts to nationalize the race.

“While she’d like to run, apparently, against Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, and others, she’s running against Scott Brown, and I’m right here,” Brown said last month during a press conference.

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