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Post Debate: Warren Tweets in Support of President, but Brown is Silent

Thursday, October 04, 2012

 

During and after the debate most every candidate for office used their social media tools to support their party's candidates. Immediately following the debate, the Elizabeth Warren's Twitter account was busy working to support President Obama's listless debate performance.

In contrast, the Scott Brown Twitter account was void of tweets in support of Mitt Romney. According to HuffPost's tracking polls (a composite of all the polls), Obama leads Romney in Massachusetts by a wide margin - 58.3% to 35.5%.

Brown's Tweets

The tweeting silence of the Brown campaign was deafening. Brown's most recent tweets featured his endorsements from Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) and the Bob Cousy endorsement. There are no recent tweets mentioning Mitt Romney.

 

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