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PREVIEW: Investigation by GoLocalWorcester Looks at Warren and Brown Campaign Spending

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

 

Both Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown are campaigning on the promise to grow jobs in Massachusetts. Combined the two campaigns have spent more than $27 million dollars through August reporting, but of those dollars spent only about 20% has been spent with companies in the Commonwealth, according to an investigation by GoLocalWorcester. Millions have gone out of state to politically-tied companies.

Are They Ignoring MA Businesses?

From printing, to web development to graphic design millions of dollars have bypassed Massachusetts-based companies for politically-tied companies in DC, San Francisco, and Chicago.

Coming Wednesday: Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign, Thursday, an overview of Scott Brown and Friday a round-up of reaction to the story

 

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