Supporters of Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) and Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren are continuing to trade attacks over embarrassing issues dogging each campaign.
Watch the video released Monday by the Massachusetts Democratic Party:
Brown's campaign is striking back, calling on Warren to release her law school application and personnel files to prove that she didn't claim Native American heritage in order to gain a career advantage.
"Her changing stories, contradictions and refusal to answer legitimate questions have cast doubt on her credibility and called into question the diversity practices at Harvard," Brown said in a statement, according to the Springfield Republican.
Warren, who is 1/32 Native American, listed herself as having minority status in law school directories.
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Orrin Hatch Agrees To Debate [Utah Daily Herald]
Chamber Of Commerce Launching Congressional Ads [Providence Journal]
Super PACs Weigh In On Ohio Senate Race [WKSU]
Bruning Opposes Cap And Trade, Once Stood To Profit From It [Omaha World-Herald]
Ohio Votes To Repeal Controversial Election Law [Cleveland Plain Dealer
New Super PAC Backs Pete Hegseth [MPR]
Celebrities Planning Fundraiser For Warren [Boston Globe]
Rand Paul Endorses Don Stenberg In Nebraska [Lincoln Journal Star]
Polling Varies On Dewhurst's Lead For Texas Senate [Houston Chronicle]