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Elizabeth Warren Gets Help From Bill Clinton Robocalls

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Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is getting a last-minute boost from former President Bill Clinton, who recorded a robocall for her.

"Hi, this is President Bill Clinton. I’m calling to ask you to vote for Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday, November 6th," it says. "We can’t let Scott Brown and the Republicans take over the Senate and block President Obama’s agenda. Elizabeth Warren is a fighter for middle class families and for small businesses. She’ll help to get our economy on the right track and work for all our communities and all our people. So please vote for Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday, November 6th."

Warren is still locked in a close race against Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.). A UMass Lowell-Boston Herald poll released Sunday showed Brown with a 49-48 edge, but Huffington Post's Pollster average shows her with a 50.3-45.8 lead.

Warren spoke before Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on Sept. 5 in Charlotte, N.C.

Clinton recorded 40 robocalls for congressional candidates Saturday during a car ride between a rally in Chesapeake, Va., to the Norfolk airport, reported The New York Times.

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