New Scott Brown Website Teaser Hints at US Senate Run in NH

Wednesday, 15 Jan 2014 09:35 PM

By Cathy Burke

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He hasn't yet declared he'll run for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire, but former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has already retooled his old campaign website, promising, "ScottBrown.com coming soon."

The site has a photo of Brown and the tagline: "Giving Power Back to the People," jazzing up the slogan on his early 2013 website: "Scott Brown: He's For Us."

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Brown has been considering a run for office in the Granite State, where some Republicans think he's the best hope of the party in a race against incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Politico reported Wednesday.

He has moved to New Hampshire, attended a New Hampshire GOP fundraiser in Nashua last month, Politico reported, has formed a political action committee, and has blasted Shaheen for her support of Obamacare.

And he's already been a target of attack ads from Democrats.

The under-construction website may be another hint he's getting ready to run, Politico noted.

Meanwhile, a new survey by Public Policy Polling shows Shaheen with a narrow, 3-point lead over Brown, 46 percent to 43 percent.

The pollster noted the status of the race has changed little over the last four months.
Shaheen's lead over the rest of the GOP field is much wider, with the incumbent polling 48 percent to the 34 percent of Bob Smith; 49 percent to the 33 percent of Jim Rubens; and  47 percent to Karen Testerman's 30 percent.

Brown is the preferred candidate of New Hampshire Republicans, with 42 percent saying he'd be their choice.

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