“It forces us to make a choice: Live free or log on,” Brown told supporters gathered in a hotel ballroom. “Guess what? In New Hampshire, we choose freedom.”
Brown, whose formal campaign announcement comes four months after he moved to New Hampshire, faces several other Republican primary opponents hoping to defeat Shaheen in November. And while recent polls give Shaheen the lead, Brown’s strong name recognition and national fundraising network makes him a serious contender, and his candidacy helps the GOP’s push to claim the Senate majority.
“As bad as Jeanne Shaheen’s record is, we’re actually here for an even more important reason,” former Gov. John H. Sununu said in introducing Brown. “We’re here because we can count to 51 "
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Hoping to return to Washington by way of New Hampshire, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is using a variation of the state's "Live FreeRead more