Nothing extraordinary came through the radio from the only U.S. Senate debate in western Massachusetts. It was clear from fever pitch that the audience was definitely pro-Warren, hardly a surprise given that western MA is deep blue. But Brown held his own. Yes he did make Dodd-Frank possible in one of the more tougher bumps for Brown. Warren didn't land a solid punch. In fact she's becoming tedious. She cannot, as Senator Brown, asked pointedly in this debate, put down her hammer.
Warren is a walking Democratic talking point. Who really cares about Grover Norquist, Massachusetts native anyway?
Did any candidate move the needle for any of the vaunted independents? The next debate will be more telling.