(Boston) Outspoken chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) has not held back on his feelings on the Massachusetts special election Senate race, and today is no different.
Inside the gymnasium awaiting President Obama's remarks at a rally for Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, Rep. Frank tells FOX News' Carl Cameron about Coakley's campaign so far:
"She let it become a personality contest and that was a mistake. Some of us complained about it and we think it's turned around."
Previously Rep. Frank said a win by Republican State Senator Scott Brown in this race would "kill the health bill." Read more on his previous statements about the race here.