Mass. Dems hit Brown after $2B JPMorgan blunder
BOSTON (AP) -- Massachusetts Democrats are seizing on a $2 billion trading blunder by JPMorgan to call for U.S. Sen. Scott Brown reveal the names of a committee that hosted a New York City fundraiser for the Massachusetts Republican.
A list of out-of-state fundraising events for Brown listed an "Evening Reception with New York City Finance Committee" on March 12.
Brown's campaign manager Jim Barnett said the event was hosted by Anthony Scaramucci, managing partner of the investment firm SkyBridge Capital. Barnett wouldn't say who else attended.
Democratic Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren says JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon should resign from the Board of Directors of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
Barnett said he didn't know if Brown agrees that Dimon should step down.
Republicans said Warren also uses joint fundraising committees.