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Brown-Warren ad limit idea recalls Weld-Kerry failure in ’96

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / January 18, 2012
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Scott Brown is calling on Elizabeth Warren to join him in denouncing negative ads by third-party groups interested in spending millions to support one or the other of them in their burgeoning US Senate campaign. Warren is calling for the drafting of an “enforceable agreement’’ between their two campaigns. The posturing and rhetoric recall the 1996 Senate race between William F. Weld and John Kerry. They proposed limiting ads at $5 million apiece - and their deal fell apart.

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