Warren agrees to fifth debate, this time on radio
BOSTON (AP) -- There will be a fifth debate in the state's U.S. Senate race, this time on the radio.
Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Thursday accepted an invitation to debate Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown on Boston radio station WTKK-FM on a show hosted by Jim Braude and Margery Eagan.
The two candidates have already agreed to four televised debates including one in September at UMass Lowell, moderated by David Gregory of NBC's "Meet The Press."
Other debates agreed to by the candidates include one sponsored by Springfield media consortium, another by WBZ-TV and another by a consortium of Boston media outlets.
Warren has also pressed for debates in Worcester and New Bedford, which Brown has declined.
Warren declined an invitation to debate Brown on a WBZ-AM talk show hosted by Dan Rea.