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article imageWarren victorious, Massachusetts US Senate seat turns blue again

By Can Tran     Nov 6, 2012 in Politics
In the US Senate Race in Massachusetts has ended with the victory of Elizabeth Warren. Warren's victory makes her the state's first female US Senator. Her victory allows Democrats to reclaim the state's US Senate seat.
As Election Day almost comes to a close, it's an intense race for the United States Presidency between Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney. However, that's not the only race to look at. You have to look at the House and Senate races. In the case of the United States Senate, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has made history. With regards to the US Senate Race in Massachusetts, Warren has become triumphant over the GOP incumbent Scott Brown. This is historical for two reasons.
The first reason is that Warren is going to be the first female US Senator from Massachusetts. In the future, this will further give women a stronger voice in the United States Senate.
The second reason is that Warren helped turn that Senate seat blue. Not long ago, that US Senate seat was blue; but, that changed upon the death of Edward Kennedy. Kennedy was one of the most powerful figures let alone Democrats in the US Senate. Prior to his death, Kennedy's held that seat for many decades. After the death of Kennedy, there were elections; but, a victory by Brown turned that seat red which was a major victory for the GOP.
According to the media, this campaign has been brutal and financially costly. This can be counted as a major victory for Obama should he be re-elected and a major victory for the Democratic party. Keep in mind, that Warren will be a junior senator in regards to seniority in the US Senate.
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