Rich Trumka, the burly ex-coal miner who now heads the national AFL-CIO, exhorted Massachusetts union members on Monday to set aside “superficial” sexism and vote for Democrat Elizabeth Warren over incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown.
Video on msnbc.com: Rachel Maddow shares video of staffers and supporters of Senator Scott Brown mocking Native Americans with hoots and gestures as a means of taunting Brown's opponent, Elizabeth Warren.
The Brown campaign is threatening legal action if Galvin doesn't take action to extend the deadline to allow those filing absentee ballots, such as military personnel serving abroad, to ensure their votes count.
The American Indian attacks on Elizabeth Warren from conservatives and Republicans have finally blown up in Scott Brown’s face. Brown could only push the “Warren isn’t a real Indian” line so far before it backfired.
Several congressional staffers employed by Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) were caught on camera directing "Indian war whoops" and "tomahawk chops" at supporters of Senate race opponent Elizabeth Warren outside a Boston pub this week.
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