The Massachusetts Senate race is getting tight

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Republican Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren are now in a statistical tie for the state’s Senate seat. Warren has climbed back from a 9-point deficit following a SuperPac negative ad onslaught funded by Karl Rove at the end of last year. And now that both candidates have pledged to disavow SuperPACs – then maybe Massachusetts’ Senate seat won’t be sold to the highest bidder. But given that Rove is involved, I wouldn't bet on Scott Brown keeping his promises.

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