Facing a friendly audience of students, Murray touted her vote to support the overhaul of the nation’s student loan system.
She said Rossi opposed Congress’s effort “to make sure your student loan comes before banks and you can go to school.” Rossi points to the bill in his stump speech as part of a government takeover of private enterprise.
Murray said it goes along with Rossi’s positions against Congress’s financial regulation, health care and other bills.
“My opponent has staked his entire campaign on one word: No,” she said.
“I think we deserve better than a one-word answer to every problem. We deserve better than Di-NO,” she said.
“In our state we get the job done and then we ask: What’s next?”