Brown’s decision gives the GOP a top-tier contender who, win or lose come November, helps his party’s national push to claim the Senate majority — a shift that could fundamentally reshape the final two years of President Barack Obama’s presidency.
The longtime Massachusetts resident, who recently moved into his seacoast New Hampshire vacation home, formally launched an exploratory committee to enter the Senate race during a Republican conference in Nashua, ending months of speculation about his intentions.
Brown said his wife told him he should run for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire if he really wants to make a difference "
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