William “Mo” Cowan has been appointed Senator from Massachusetts…can a brother get elected?

Gov. Deval Patrick has appointed William Cowan to be interim senator until a June special election. Now there are two African-American senators both appointed. Tim Scott was appointed to fill out Jim Demint’s term. So the question is how can we get viable minority candidates elected to the Senate? share your thoughts.

http://www.boston.com/metrodesk/2013/01/30/governor-deval-patrick-announce-interim-senator-pick-today/0dFtO6tg5pnvg6WiLgw7dL/story.html

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  • Bill  On February 1, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Why is this still a question? If an unviable minority candidate, at least based on qualifications and previous performance in the job, can get reelected to the presidency then it might appear that being a minority candidate is the qualifier. Why would it be any different in getting elected to the senate?

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