Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown, an upset winner in January’s election for the seat vacated when Ted Kennedy died, probably will face a difficult re-election fight in 2012. One way Brown will get his campaign going is with a mini-book tour in his home state during the Feb. 21-25 congressional recess, according to The Washington Post’s The Fix political blog. voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix/senate/scott-brown-to-kick-off-book-t.html
"It's a remarkable book about the challenges that Scott faced as a young man growing up in adverse circumstances and how he overcame that adversity to eventually enter public service," Brown adviser Eric Fehrnstrom tells The Post.
The book, “Against All Odds,” is set for release Feb. 22. The reported seven-figure payment for Brown was negotiated by superstar Washington lawyer Bob Barnett.
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