New Hampshire Republicans say former Sen. Scott Brown must decide quickly if he wants to challenge Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen for her seat next year.
"New Hampshire Republicans are not quite desperate, but the hour is getting late," Fergus Cullen, former chairman of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, told The Hill
Brown has sparked heated talk in recent months that he will indeed make a run. The former senator has taken numerous trips to New Hampshire and has put his home in Wrentham, Mass., on the market.
Brown recently started a super PAC in New Hampshire recently to aid 2014 Republican candidates. And he donated
$10,000 himself to the state GOP.
These moves have endeared him to the GOP faithful in New Hampshire. In addition, the National Republican Senatorial Committee is urging Brown to run, in the belief that he has the best chance to beat Shaheen.
But New Hampshire Republicans say he hasn't given any clear signals yet, according to The Hill. "I haven’t heard from anyone who’s received a phone call from him,” Cullen said.
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