Scott Brown

Scott Brown Cruises to GOP Nom Victory

Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

Repub. Scott Brown easily won the GOP’s nomination to take on Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) this fall. Brown took 49% to 23% each for former state Sen. Jim Rubens & former U.S. Sen. Bob Smith, when the AP called the race, with 21% of precincts reporting.

‘Fake’ tea party groups need to butt out of New Hampshire

Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times

The New Hampshire Tea Party Coalition says that “fake” national branches of the grassroots movement stay out of the U.S. Senate race in the Granite State. Reviews 2014 GOP Senate Candidates

Dustin Hawkins,

Hawkins reviews the 2014 crop of Republican Senate nominees and takes a look at which candidates give conservatives some incentive to help vote in a Republican majority.

Poll: Scott Brown Closing Gap On Shaheen

James Hohmann, Politico

The New Hampshire Senate race is tightening, according to a just-posted WMUR poll that puts Dem. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen up only 2 points, 46-44, over Repub. Scott Brown. That’s within the margin of error. The same poll last month had Shaheen ahead by 12 points.

Pro-Gun Crowd Protests Scott Brown

James Hohmann, Politico

Scott Brown will have to square his left-leaning record on guns with a GOP electorate. More than 125 pro-gun conservatives to a GOP party Brown attended but they came to protest his appearance, not to hear him speak.

Scott Brown Eyeing NH Sen. Race?

Rebecca Berg, Washington Examiner

Scott Brown, who lost a re-election bid in Mass. in '12, has recently become markedly more receptive to challenging Dem. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, of NH, and sources say the odds of him running have risen to 50-50.

Why “Moderates” Don’t Own the GOP

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Simply put, Lord destroys every argument that “moderates” make in claiming the Reagan mantle.

SBrown 'Curious' About 2016

Hillary Chabot, Boston Herald

Former Mass. Senator Scott Brown visited the Iowa State Fair and commented, "It’s 2013, I think it’s premature, but I am curious. There’s a lot of good name recognition in the Dakotas and here."

Scott Brown for President? Run Scott, Run

Scott Brown is a talented politician. His victory against Martha Coakley was never the fluke Democrats tried to make it out to be. However, the reason Scott Brown is now a former Senator, instead of the full-term senior Senator from Massachusetts is that he violated the first rule of politics: “Dance with the one that brung ya.”

5 Keys to GOP Win in Massachusetts

W. James Antle III, Daily Caller

Republicans swim against the tide in the Bay State, but they can win if some things go right.