Tag Archives: New Hampshire

What Can Liberal Super PACs Undo for Brown?

Once and perhaps future Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) is the target of a double-barrelled attack by Super PACs in the Granite State. First up: the Senate Majority PAC. From NH Journal: Reid’s Senate Majority PAC begins airing new TV ad … Continue reading

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What Can Brown Undo for Brown?

Downturn Scotty Brown (R-Elsewhere) has reared his pretty head again, this time “[urging] Republicans to kill a bipartisan energy efficiency bill to deny his opponent (and the bill’s top backer) Jeanne Shaheen an election year victory,” according to MSNBC. From … Continue reading

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What Can Brown Do for New Hampshire? (Pickup Truck Edition)

On Monday former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) will launch the first TV spot in his Quixotic Quest to become a Two State Senator (pat. pending) by beating Democratic incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire. From Politico’s Morning Score: SCOTT BROWN … Continue reading

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New York Times Mocks Scott Brown

Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) has gotten plenty of press over his Friday announcement that he’s “formed an exploratory committee to prepare a campaign for the United Staes Senate” in New Hampshire. But it’s the New York Times coverage … Continue reading

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Scott Brown Goes Shirtless, Clueless

The relentless Andrew Kaczynski just posted this at BuzzFeed: Scott Brown Sent Out An Email Featuring A Vaccine Truther And Conspiracy Theorist An odd email from the former Massachusetts senator. Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is thinking of running for … Continue reading

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What Can the Koch Bros. Do for (Scott) Brown?

Americans for Prosperity, the big-bucks boyos bankrolled by billionaires David and Charles Koch, is in for a dollar already this election cycle. The independent expenditure group, which spent over $36 million on federal elections in 2012, has just launched a … Continue reading

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‘Scott Brown: Where Am I?’

The peripatetic Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) got a little dazed and confused at a New Hampshire GOP fundraiser on Thursday. From Politico (via MSNBC’s First Read): Scott Brown: Where am I? Scott Brown on Thursday night broke a cardinal rule of … Continue reading

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Kelly Ayotte-A-Girl!

New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-Granite This) has staked out a position to the right of Rush Limbaugh in her opposition to the potential nomination of UN Ambassador Susan Rice – or any other Obama nominee – as the new … Continue reading

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Let The $4 Billion Rumpus Begin! (Palmetto Preview Edition)

Just as bigfeet Tom Brokaw and Gail Collins did (Politico Playbook: “Hotel rooms … are freeing up [in New Hampshire] as journalists, including NBC’s Tom Brokaw and New York Times columnist Gail Collins, head straight to South Carolina”), the hardworking … Continue reading

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The Great Expectations Game

The New Hampshire primary is all about the over-under, the percentage that determines whether Mitt Romney has exceeded, met, or failed to meet expectations. The game, of course, is who gets to set those expectations. Here are the early lines … Continue reading

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