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In ads, Scott Brown obscures his GOP identity

In Washington, the race between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren is a key battle in a partisan war over who controls the Senate. But in the world of Brown’s television commercials, his website, and his speeches, the senator’s political party is often barely visible.

His three newest advertisements feature Democratic endorsers, all of whom identify their own party prominently, without mentioning Brown’s Republican allegiance at all.

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