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Five candidates for the United States Senate will meet head-on tonight on the Summer School's first Brattle Street Forum. The Forum will originate in the WGBHTV studios in Cambridge and will be broadcast live an Channel 2 at 9 p.m.
The speakers on the program will be Rep. Laurence Curtis '15, H. Stuart Hughes, Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy '54, Edward J. McCormack Jr., and George Cabot Lodge '50. Samuel H. Beer, professor of Government at Harvard, will moderate the discussion.
Kennedy is the endorsed candidate by the Democratic Party to run for Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat in the November elections. He faces opposition in the September 18 primary, however, from Eddie McCormack, the Commonwealth's Attorney-General.
Lodge, endorsed by the Republican Party, must fight off a primary bid by Curtis. Curtis, now 69 years old, has been a member of the Congress for ten years.
The topic for tonight's Forum is: "The Massachusetts Senatorial Candidates: What Do They Stand For?"
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