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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Scott P. Brown
Announcing his campaign to return to Washington by way of New Hampshire, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown tweaked the state's "Live Free or Die" motto Thursday to bash both President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law and Democrat Jeanne Shaheen's support for it.
Wearing a sincere grin and maybe a carefully ironed plaid shirt, Scott Brown will announce his intent to run for the U.S. Senate seat in New Hampshire at dusk on Thursday. He's already cultivating the image of a tough politician with a heart of gold, and plans a very public declaration at a seaside inn in historic Portsmouth.
Republican Scott Brown said Monday he will kick off his next campaign for U.S. Senate in Portsmouth, the New Hampshire city he says played a special role in his childhood.
A former spokesman for Gov. Chris Christie has left to work for a U.S. Senate campaign in New Hampshire.
Likely Senate candidate Scott Brown has left his job at a Boston law office, the Boston Globe reports.
Former Sen. Scott Brown is officially running for a U.S. Senate seat in New Hampshire
Two nonpartisan citizen advocacy groups are urging U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her potential Republican rival Scott Brown to negotiate a pledge to reduce the outside money spent on their race in New Hampshire.
Two Boy Scouts who were hospitalized with burns after a gunpowder explosion in Council Bluffs last week have been released.
You might think this year's candidates had learned from Barack Obama's comments about bitter people who "cling to guns or religion." Or perhaps from Mitt Romney's apparent dismissal of the 47 percent of Americans who don't pay federal income taxes.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is throwing her fundraising muscle behind fellow Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who's facing a challenge from former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown as she seeks a second term in New Hampshire.
President Barack Obama says New Hampshire has a "great senator" in Democrat Jeanne Shaheen but he'd be "happy" if her possible challenger, former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown, wants to move to Texas because moderate Republicans are needed in other parts of the country.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown's bid for a Senate seat in neighboring New Hampshire is shaping up to be a win-win for the GOP — giving the party a chance to unseat first-term Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and, at the same time, forcing Democrats to spend money defending her.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is calling on newly announced Republican challenger Scott Brown to sign the same pact in New Hampshire that helped prevent outside groups from pouring millions of dollars into his last Massachusetts Senate election.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has officially launched an exploratory committee for a U.S. Senate bid in New Hampshire, giving a possible boost to Republicans looking to expand an already friendly map in their quest to flip six seats in the fall midterms and re-take control of the chamber.
Former Mass. US Sen. Scott Brown launches NH Senate bid in coup for GOP.
he warned that the worst is yet to come, particularly for business owners.
"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."