BOSTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) One of Senator Scott Brown's recent campaign ads is receiving criticism from one Warren supporter who was featured in it.
The ad features his wife Gail Huff praising him as a supporter of women's issues. The ad was removed from television, but remained on YouTube Saturday.
Carol Gorman is also in the ad, but she's a staunch Elizabeth Brown supporter. In fact, she tells FOX 25 the image of her that appears in the video was from a confrontation between her and Sen. Brown.
Gorman says she was telling Brown why she doesn't support his policies. She says the encounter ended in what she describes as an "angry remark" and she wants the video of herself removed from the ad.
"As I was walking away, he shouted at me for some reason, and I don't know why, he said, ‘go vote for Joe Kennedy," Gorman explains.
Sen. Brown refused to answer questions from FOX 25 on Saturday, but Elizabeth Warren says she understands Gorman's point.
"I'm glad that she is supporting me, and I have a lot of really enthusiastic supporters out there and I get it. They don't want to be in Scott Brown's ads," says Warren.
This is the second gaffe by the Brown campaign tied to ads. Earlier this week, Brown apologized to Warren for suggesting she used paid actors in political ads defending her legal work in an asbestos lawsuit.
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Warren supporter speaks out against appearing in Brown ad
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