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Scott Brown is hoping to win his first full six-year term to the U.S. Senate, no easy task for a Republican in a state more used to electing Democrats.
Brown, who won a special election in 2010 to fill the seat left vacant by the death of long-term Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy, is facing a tough challenge from Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard University law professor who made a name for herself as a consumer advocate.
Brown, who remains popular in Massachusetts, is trying to maintain that likeability while also portraying Warren as out of touch with ordinary voters.
He talks about his New Hampshire Democratic opponent, and "other people in the Massachusetts delegation."
Brown is the front-runner for the GOP nod. But it's not a gimme.
Senate? President? Talking head? What's it going to be?
WMUR's James Pindell breaks down the former Massachusetts senator's chances in New Hampshire.
There are several reasons to believe he won't do it.
It's looking increasingly likely that the former senator won't run for anything in the near future.
Scott Brown isn't campaigning for Gabriel Gomez until the last day before the election. What gives?
Former Massachusetts senator Scott Brown is not ruling out a bid for Senate in New Hampshire, he told reporters in Nashua Thursday night.
First, Scott Brown said he wouldn't run. Then, other prominent Republicans quickly removed themselves from the picture. Now, GOP chances for a pickup in the Bay State are not looking good.
The U.S. Senate candidate is a celebrity on the left, but many Massachusetts voters are still getting to know her.
PROJECT: Wilson Andrews, Jason Bartz, Ryan Kellett, Katie Parker, Leslie Passante and Serdar Tumgoren - The Washington Post. Published Oct. 8, 2012.
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