ESPN.com Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses why Pittsburgh shouldn't spend a first-round draft pick on an offensive lineman.
Despite his flaws, Scott Brown may again be pegged to boost Republicans' Senate numbers.
There was some question for a while about which Scott Brown it was that had packed up the old carpet bag and run off to New Hampshire, after Senator Professor Warren had the audacity to kick his world-historical-figure ass in 2012.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown seems to have chosen his strategy for rebutting accusations of carpetbagging as he runs for senator in New Hampshire just two years after being defeated in Massachusetts. It's simple: Brown and his campaign are going to question Sen. Show More Summary
In some ways you've got to admire the chutzpah of an old warhorse like John Sununu. He'll make the most outlandish of claims, when anyone else in his place would turn beet red he'll just plug right along, completely unconcerned. MayShow More Summary
James Pindell, political director for WMUR-TV, gave us some fascinating insights into New Hampshire on the Political Wire podcast, including a special focus on former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown's newly announced U.S. Senate campaign in the Granite State.Here are five takeaways from the conversation:1. Show More Summary
Former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown lost his seat in 2012, and now he's trying to return to Congress by way of New Hampshire.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) is running to represent neighboring New Hampshire in Congress, so naturally he's trying to hype his ties to the state lest he be branded a carpetbagger. However, the campaign is straining its credulity by trying to link Brown's opponent to the very state he used to represent. Show More Summary
Scott Brown (R-Various), the former senator from Massachusetts now trying to unseat the current senator from New Hampshire, has found a new ally in his bid to escape the carpetbagger label: ex-New Hampshire Governor and former Romney...Show More Summary
Scott Brown, carpetbagger from Massachusetts trying to get his job back vis New Hampshire, is claiming his opponent would be a third "Senator from Massachusetts."
(Boston Globe): "Bernie Sanders seeks to pull Democrats left in 2016 primary" (New York Times): "New Hampshire Republicans get a preview of 2016" (Boston Globe): "Changing N.H. demographics may help Scott Brown" (The State): "Tom Ervin...Show More Summary
The last time we checked in on the race in New Hampshire former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) was leading incumbent Sen....
By Richard K. Barry A new poll in New Hampshire has former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) within striking distance of incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. If you haven't been keeping up, Brown lost his Massacusetts U.S Senate seat to Elizaberth...Show More Summary
Scott Brown is as unliked in New Hampshire as he was in Massachussets. But don't let the Washington Post bother themselves with "reality" There is no worse purveyor of stale Beltway conventional wisdom than the Washington Post's The Fix. Show More Summary
(CNN) – Former Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts will go up Monday with his first television commercial in his Republican bid for the Senate in neighboring New Hampshire. The launch of the ad, coming just four days after Brown formally kicked off his campaign, is another sign that if he wins his party's nomination, his […]
Remember former Sen. Scott Brown's truck from those 2010 campaign ads? It's back. Scott Brown, formerly the Senator of Massachusetts, wants to be the Senator of New Hampshire. He wants to be Senator really badly. On Monday, his campaign will air his first ad in the Granite State — and it looks disconcertingly familiar to anyone from New England. Show More Summary
"Live free or die," not "live free or log on."
We're calling this ad Truck Guy, Pt. II: Electric Carpet-Bagaloo.
At long last making it official, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown Thursday evening will formally launch his campaign to unseat Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire, and will immediately cast the race as a referendum on the 2010 health care law she supported.