FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Scott Brown says he expects to hold the fourth and final debate with Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren after the storm subsides.
Brown visited the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Framingham on Monday. He told reporters he is monitoring the storm and will work to make sure the state and communities receive any federal help necessary.
Brown and Warren have suspended campaign activities for the day. They are scheduled to hold their final debate in Boston on Tuesday night, but Brown said it was too early to know if it would be held.
He made clear, however, that if the debate is postponed he expected it to be rescheduled. The Republican said voters still want to hear the issues discussed one more time before the Nov. 6 election.