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One of the most exciting Senate races this year is in Massachusetts between Senator Scott Brown, who won Ted Kennedy's seat in a 2010 special election, and Elizabeth Warren, the former Harvard Law professor. I can't help but wonder, though, whether this election matters.
What am I talking about? If President Obama is reelected, Hillary Clinton insists that she will step down as Secretary of State. Who is the leading candidate to replace her? None other than Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts (who gave the "foreign policy" speech at the DNC). If Senator Kerry is confirmed to the Cabinet, there will have to be a special election to replace him (Massachusetts only lets the Governor appoint an interim Senator for a short period of time).
This means, oddly enough, that Warren and Brown may both end up in the Senate. If Warren wins in November, Brown has an excellent chance to win a special election next year. If Brown wins, Warren could be appointed to Kerry's Senate seat and then run and win the special election. This may explain why they are not encouraging negative ads against each other. Posted
by Gerard N. Magliocca [link]
How Brown got there suggests nothing's guaranteed, but that is a bit quirky, huh?
Mark- thanks for stating the blindingly obvious, thereby forcing me to battle the robot guards to point out the equally obvious- there would still have to be a special election which could result in flipping the Senate. Hence my use of the word "might."
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