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Scott Brown Supporters Touting Him for President

Sunday, 14 Feb 2010 07:18 PM

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Though he’s only been a senator for a week, Scott Brown is already running fourth in one poll as a Republican candidate for president and has supporters establishing Facebook and other sites for him with an eye on 2012.

Brown’s supporters have scooped up several "Scott Brown for President" domain names, including scottbrown2012.com, scottbrown2016.com and scottbrownforpresident.com -- a site that offers "Scott Brown for President" bumper stickers, according to Fox News.

And a new Gallup poll ranks Brown fourth among 11 potential GOP presidential contenders who voters would like to see as the nominee. That finding follows a Newsmax/Zogby poll that had Brown beating President Barack Obama shortly after his stunning victory for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s seat.

Editor’s Note: See “Newsmax/Zogby Poll: Scott Brown Could Defeat Obama in Presidential Race”

"He is the fresh face, and he's new," Republican strategist and pollster Kellyanne Conway told Fox News. "The whole idea that you don't have enough experience, I think that went out the window with the age of the Obama presidency."

Read the rest of the story at Fox News.

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