"Then And Now"
Happy Friday,

With 25 days left until the election, Scott Brown was on the trail this week talking jobs, the economy and his plan to restore a stronger New Hampshire. He was joined on the trail by Florida Senator Marco Rubio to discuss the failed Obama/Shaheen foreign policy and how to keep our country safe from terrorists.

Meanwhile, Senator Shaheen was doing everything she could to distance herself from President Obama, even resorting to outrageously false attacks to distract from their failed record together. Shaheen and her allies are worried about this race and they’ll stop at nothing to preserve the status quo and her seat in Congress as President Obama’s most loyal supporter.
Every phone call you make or door you knock on these next three weeks can make all the difference in electing Scott Brown. Check out below how you can get involved.
"Then And Now"

Today, we released a new web ad called "Then and Now," contrasting Jeanne Shaheen's efforts to distance herself from President Obama in 2014 with her past enthusiastic and whole-hearted support for him in 2008. 

Senator Shaheen can't hide from her record of rubber-stamping President Obama's policies over the past six years, which has weakened us at home and around the world. No amount of election year posturing can change that. Check out the video and share it with your friends.
"Keeping America Safe" & "Broken Promises"

This week, we also started running two new ads that highlight Scott's plan to keep our nation safe, and also emphasize the promises that Senator Shaheen has broken since she was elected six years ago.
"We Need More Republicans Like Scott Brown That Understand The Important Role That America Plays In The World"

Those words are from Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who joined Scott for a foreign policy discussion in Derry. Senator Rubio endorsed Scott's candidacy at the event, and talked about why we need his leadership in the United States Senate.

Check out what some New Hampshire media outlets had to say about the event and also look at some of the great pictures from that afternoon.  
"After Six Years Of Voting With President Obama, Senator Shaheen Has Resorted To A Smear Campaign"

As our campaign continues to gain momentum, Senator Shaheen's grows more desperate, and this week launched a false and negative attack ad distorting Scott's record. Scott responded to Senator Shaheen's false attacks, holding a press conference and releasing a new ad to inform voters that he fully supports women's health care, and has spent his life working on behalf of women.

It's very clear what Jeanne Shaheen is trying to do: she is trying to distract voters from her failed record of supporting President Obama and his agenda 99 percent of the time. Fortunately, New Hampshire voters are smart and will see through her lies when they go to the polls.

Check out the ad we released to address Senator Shaheen's distortions, and also take a look at this opinion piece written by Scott's daughter Ayla about his strong record supporting women.
Volunteer of the Week:
Nancy Kindler

Epping's Nancy Kindler is our featured volunteer this week. She says that she saw Scott's first commercial and said, "I want to work on his campaign." She and her husband Warren have been coming to our office in Manchester to help out and spread Scott's message. Thanks so much for all you've done, Nancy. Read here about why she is backing Scott.
Telling The Truth

To combat Senator Shaheen's misrepresentation of the facts, Scott made it a point this week to emphasize his strong record on women's issues. From his lifetime record as a pro-choice legislator, to standing up to men that violently attacked his mother, Scott has a strong track record on this issue. 

Scott appeared on America's Newsroom to set the record straight, and also gave a powerful answer during the North Conway debate about how he has been fighting for women since he was five years old. Watch both videos below and get a sense of the real Scott Brown. 
Scott Brown Strong And Assertive In First Debate

On Monday in North Conway, Scott faced off with Jeanne Shaheen in the first debate of this campaign. Scott reminded voters of Senator Shaheen's support of President Obama 99 percent of the time and advocated for policies that will keep America strong at home and abroad. 

It's important to remember that Senator Shaheen has ducked debating Scott throughout this campaign, and she hasn't answered questions directly from voters in a town hall meeting in over two years. Click on some of the stories that were written following this debate.
  • Bloomberg: "Brown Holds His Own Vs. Shaheen"
  • NH Journal: "Shaheen, Brown Square Off On Wide Range Of Issues In First Debate"
Another Statistical Dead Heat

A new poll from New England College this week continued to show that this race is a statistical dead heat. That is why every phone call we make, door we knock on and voter we reach is crucial, and we need your help. Check out our bulletin board below and find out how you can help get the vote out for Scott.
On The Trail...

Scott continued taking his message directly to the people of New Hampshire this week, speaking with them about the challenges they face and how he will work to solve them in the United States Senate. He chatted with voters at the Powder Keg Beer and Chili Festival in Exeter, spent time at the Autumn Harvest Festival in Kensington with Senator Nancy Stiles, visited the Stratham Fire Department with Doug and Stella Scamman and ran in the "Footrace for the Fallen" in Manchester.  
Campaign Bulletin Board

Our offices throughout the state are up and running, so find the location closest to you and make sure you stop by and help our team make some calls. 

See locations below and if you have any questions, call 603-518-5412 and we'll be sure to provide more information.

Where: 379 Elm Street, Manchester
When: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Mon-Sat; 12:00 PM - 6:00PM Sun.
RSVP: Charles Russell (

Where: 491 Amherst Street, Nashua
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Mon-Sat; 12:00 PM - 6:00PM Sun.
RSVP: Anya Ross (

Where: 10 Water Street, Concord
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Mon-Sat; 12:00 PM - 6:00PM Sun.
RSVP: Jeremy Baker (

Where: 356 South Broadway, Salem
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Mon-Sat; 12:00 PM - 6:00PM Sun.
RSVP: Connor Barrows (

Where: 72 Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Mon-Sat; 12:00 PM - 6:00PM Sun.
RSVP: Mara Mellstrom (


With just a month to go in this race, now is the time to show your full support for Scott, and the best way to do that is a sign for your lawn. Check out our list of sign depots across the state where you can go and pick up a sign for your yard. There is contact information for each location, so just call up the place closest to you and get your sign!
Thanks reading our Around Town and please consider coming to one of our Victory offices to make phone calls and help Scott win this race. There are only 25 days to go, so now is the time to get involved!