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Scott Brown is officially kicking off his campaign for re-election today at Mechanic's Hall in Worcester, MA.  In response, the Warren campaign has launched a money bomb to show Senator Brown that we mean business - a one-way ticket from Washington, DC to Wrentham, MA is in his future!  Here's Mindy Myers, Professor Warren's campaign manager:

On Thursday, January 19th -- the two-year anniversary of Scott Brown's special election victory -- he's officially launching his 2012 reelection campaign with some big, attention-grabbing events in Massachusetts.

It's a critical time for us to demonstrate that the momentum we have in this race is real -- and that we have the strength and resources to beat the powerful interests backing Scott Brown.

So, on Thursday, January 19th, we are planning to make a big splash of our own. We are planning a massive, one-day fundraising drive -- they've been called a "money bomb" -- to raise as much money as possible to support Elizabeth.

And to do it, we need your help.

So far, there's well over $500,000 pledged, a massive improvement over the $100,000 that was pledged when I last diaried about this topic.  Now let's push that total even higher!  Here's the all-important linky...

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Here's some video of Professor Warren at a recent campaign appearance in Franklin, MA, answering a question from a voter:

Please donate what you can - people power makes a difference!

10:09 AM PT: Well, my little diary here has been eclipsed by one from the candidate herself - thanks, everyone, for your support!  We're going to win this thing, there's no doubt in my mind!

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