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Scott Brown's Resurgence In Polls Gets Democrats Worried About Elizabeth Warren's Candidacy

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After a huge rush of optimism that Elizabeth Warren's candidacy would end Scott Brown's hold on his US Senate seat, Democratic insiders and activists are awakening to a new political reality, driven by a series of recent polls and Brown's success these past few months in crafting an independent bipartisan image.

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