The top GOP official in New Hampshire told Business Insider Friday party activists in the state are "excited" about former Republican Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown's announcement he might run for U.S. Senate there. New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn said there was "a lot of energy" around Brown's potential candidacy. Show More Summary
Scott Brown—he could be anywhere After months and months of head-fakes, teases, and dilly-dallying, former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown—who famously lost his seat to Democrat Elizabeth Warren two years ago—will apparently try and keep his political career alive one state to the north. Show More Summary
TPM Reader SR emails with a recent and perilous precedent for Scott Brown's move to New Hampshire so he can run for U.S. Senate: I just read Daniel Strauss' article about why Scott Brown doesn't have history on his side if he runs for the Senate, and I thought a more recent example of how this could play out would be helpful. Read More ?
The former Massachusetts Senator's role at the cable news network was ended as he explores a bid for Congress in New Hampshire. read more
Fox News finally terminated the contract of contributor Scott Brown after Brown told the network he is planning a New Hampshire Senate run. The move follows months of speculation about a possible run by Brown, a topic that was repeatedly raised during his appearances on the network. Brown tweeted today that he "enjoyed being a part of the Fox family. Show More Summary
Fox News announced the termination of its contributor agreement with Scott Brown Friday, after the former Massachusetts senator informed the cable news network he is mulling running for Senate in New Hampshire. "Scott Brown’s contributor...Show More Summary
The former Massachusetts senator is set to announce an exploratory bid for the midterm elections
Fox News Channel has terminated former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown’s contributor contract following his announcement that he will form an exploratory committee with an eye toward running for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire.
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Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown‘s Fox News contract has ended after he informed the network of his upcoming political intentions. “Scott Brown’s contributor agreement was officially terminated today once he notified FOX News of his intention to form an exploratory committee to run for U.S. Show More Summary
New Hampshire's libertarian ethos may put Scott Brown in an awkward position as he launches his Senate bid. The post 6 Policy Stances Scott Brown Will Need To Change To Align With New Hampshire Voters appeared first on ThinkProgress...
Multiple news organizations, including Politico, ABC News, and CBS News, have confirmed that Brown is going to set up a Senate exploratory committee in the very near future. He would be trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.
(CNN) - Former Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts will take his first concrete steps Friday towards launching a Republican challenge in neighboring New Hampshire against Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who is up for re-election this year. Brown is expected to announce at a speech at a major GOP conference in New Hampshire that he's launching […]
BOSTON (Reuters) - Former Massachusetts U.S. Senator Scott Brown, who has been flirting with running for a New Hampshire Senate seat since moving north last year, will step into the spotlight on Friday when he addresses a conservative group in that New...
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) extended an invitation to Pope Francis to address a joint session of Congress in 2015, an invitation supported by leaders from both parties. It would be the first time a pontiff addresses Congress. In...Show More Summary
Following months of speculation, former Republican Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has launched an exploratory committee to investigate whether he should mount a campaign against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) in the Granite State.
The Associated Press reports that Scott Brown is launching an exploratory committee for a Senate run in New Hampshire and is taking what many consider serious steps towards a run. But there’s also this: Several people involved in the discussions said some in the GOP establishment remain skeptical given the former Republican senator’s recent […]
The Associated Press is reporting that Fox News contributor Scott Brown's camp "has quietly begun offering paid positions to Republican operatives for a prospective New Hampshire campaign." Fox News, which previously said it would suspend...Show More Summary
ESPN.com Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses Pittsburgh's focus on acquiring a cornerback.