Tweets from the candidates
A look at Scott Brown's life and career.
IN HIS OWN WORDS
I didn't grow up with all the advantages in life. Being the underdog has taught me to work harder, and to appreciate the opportunities of our state and our country.
Candidates and groups that supported them spent nearly $23 million on Tuesday’s US Senate election, burning through nearly all of it in the frenzied final three weeks of the contest. (Boston Globe)
A bipartisan group of senators including John Kerry has been conducting talks this week with the White House and a key business group over concessions sought by Republicans. (Boston Globe)
Senator-elect Scott Brown arrived in the nation’s capital to a reception fit for a celebrity. (Boston Globe)
The Tea Party movement that stoked antitax protests across the US, found its inspiration in Revolutionary-era Mass. (Boston Globe)
Scott Brown’s Senate victory Tuesday sent shock waves through the Mass. congressional delegation, many members of which saw key communities in their districts vote Republican. (Boston Globe)
Scott P. Brown pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Massachusetts political history, defeating Democrat Martha Coakley to become the state’s next US senator. (Boston Globe)
Republicans in Washington and around the country said Scott Brown’s victorious Senate campaign in Massachusetts is a harbinger of a broader party surge. (Boston Globe)
Edward Kennedy’s hometown did not look or sound like a place deeply attached to the senator’s liberal legacy. (Boston Globe)
Across Massachusetts, a surge of angry voters flocked to the polls yesterday.
Angry Massachusetts voters sent Washington a ringing message today: Enough. (Boston Globe)
"Im the Massachusetts Electorate, and I have what is bar none the absolute worst hangover of my entire voting life," the Globe's Brian McGrory writes of Scott Brown's victory in the Senate race. (Globe)