Brown Campaign Calls on Warren to 'Come Clean'

Scott Brown Campaign to Elizabeth Warren: ‘Come Clean’ on Native American Heritage. With the revelation that law directories preceding Warren’s arrival at Harvard listed her minority status, the Brown campaign called on Warren for an explanation. “This story raises serious questions about Elizabeth Warren’s credibility. The record now shows Prof. Warren did claim to be a ‘minority,’ and that she attempted to mislead the public about these facts when she was first asked about the issue last week,” said Brown spokesman Jim Barnett. “Prof. Warren needs to come clean about her motivations for making these claims and explain the contradictions between her rhetoric and the record.”

“The simple fact is that Elizabeth is proud of her heritage,’’ spokeswoman Alethea Harney said in a statement.  [Herald | Globe]

In Other Scott Brown News, Watch Him Sink This Half-Court Shot. He then gets swarmed by a mob of people that are way, way too young to vote.  [Huffington Post]

Tomorrow: Menino Breaks Ground on Innovation District’s Innovation Center. Wanna guess how many of these find their way into the speech?  [City Biz List]

Mitt Romney Lets Bundle Donors Go Anonymous. Unlike every presidential candidate since 2000, Romney has pulled a U-ey on the voluntary disclosure of “bundle” donors — those who persuade others to donate to a candidate — instead, opting to keep those names secret.  [WBUR]

Feel-Good Story of the Day: Woman Reunited With Wedding Band Nearly 2 Years Later. Sewer workers in Braintree stumbled across a diamond wedding band engraved with initials and a wedding date, then used that info to check the city’s marriage records and find Maura Burke, who married her hubby, Jim, in November 1991. Burke lost her band in the drain over Labor Day weekend in 2010.  [Fox]

Steve Carell to Shoot New Indie Film in Massachusetts. Come June, Carell, part-time Marshfield resident and proud owner of the Marshfield Hills General Store, is set to begin filming “The Way, Way Back” on the South Shore, presumably in Marshvegas. The film is about a dysfunctional family (a la “Little Miss Sunshine,” anyone?) and tells the story of a young boy on summer vacation as he struggles to come to terms with his mom and dad, played by Carell.  [Patriot Ledger]