Democrat Elizabeth Warren wins Massachusetts Senate race
Unseats Republican Sen. Scott Brown
- Duration 13:40
- Date Nov 7, 2012
Unseats Republican Sen. Scott Brown
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The victory belongs you.
-- -- My family.
-- and weeds and hammered.
We're gonna fight for a level playing field and we're going to.
Owners who retires.
-- -- against them.
We're gonna hold the big guys accountable.
-- all seniors.
Her to retire with the security they earned.
Gotta make sure your Medicare and Social Security benefits.
And millionaires and billionaires paid their fair share.
All young people who did and -- Okay.
Everything right and -- drowning in debt.
We're gonna invest in you.
-- Don't all of service members and your family.
-- fought so hard for us.
We're gonna fight for years.
All the women it brought me and he.
All that women in front hasn't.
Working your tails -- and you better believe we're gonna fight for equal pay.
-- -- not this is your victory.
-- -- Yeah.
Campaign that broke records.
Raising more money for small donors than -- senate campaign.
Knocking on more doors than any.
I didn't build that you build that.
What everyone thought was impossible.
-- taught us wrapping first time candidate how to get in the ring and win.
I've gotten up.
Powerful Wall Street banks and special -- it.
And he'll let them know you want a manager we'll be out there fighting for the middle class all of the time.
And despite the -- You elected the first woman senator to the and.
The I want you to.
And I don't I don't have to tell you this was a top campaign.
Senator brown and I had our differences.
But he and I just spoke and he sent his congratulations.
You'll all join me in thanking senator brown for his service -- Tonight.
Wish stock and bail and their daughters nothing but the best.
I also want to speak tonight.
To senator Brown's supporters.
The message -- that was -- here.
We need leaders in Washington.
Who were willing to break the partisan gridlock.
And work regardless of party.
I know I didn't turn your vote I promised a lot of work to support.
There are many people to thank tonight.
I started my husband -- did it.
My kids my beautiful grandkids my Brothers might -- a lot like -- Brought the country.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Mayor Menino.
-- support for your encouragement.
And most of all for your leadership.
You will real fighters in my corner and I appreciate that.
But it's like.
For the people aren't state it is truly remarkable thank you.
Our congressional delegation.
To all of our mayors and legislators.
Council member's insurance.
Nurses stood up firefighters.
That -- -- -- All of our Brothers and sisters in the labor.
-- -- In the LG means the community.
Groups like yeah.
And more than 700 small businesses supporting us.
-- and all of -- all of at -- my back and I promise you I'll hand.
I don't want to thing.
The single best grassroots army that any state has ever.
Who knocked on doors.
Didn't -- and held behind.
-- -- And -- -- incredible staff that work more hours than I thought was a lot of.
Share your hopes and dreams with me.
And put your faith in my ability to fight for you.
I want you to know that it.
I will never forget.
I will always hearing their stories with me and my heart.
-- -- -- -- -- Yeah.
So tonight is an over.
Because we still have a lot of celebrating today.
What I want to close.
That it was exactly.
Fifty years ago tonight that Senator Ted Kennedy was first elected to the United States.
His energy and his fight for working families.
Fifty years ago.
He said that he would dedicate all his strength and will.
-- you in the United States senate.
For 47 years you lived up to that promise.
I pledge to do the same.