MANCHESTER - During tonight's closing statements, Scott Brown explained his vision to bring independent leadership to Washington and restore a stronger America. Brown noted that Jeanne Shaheen broke her promise to New Hampshire by voting with Obama 99 percent of the time, saying "when she went to Washington, she changed."
NECN/Concord Monitor Debate
October 21, 2014
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Scott Brown: Thank you very much and thank you for everybody for participating. I like Senator Shaheen. I respect her record and everyone here in New Hampshire was excited when she got elected and said he was going to be the independent voice for New Hampshire. Unfortunately when she went to Washington, she changed. She's voting with the President 99 percent of the time and that's not good for New Hampshire. The President said a couple of weeks ago that he's not up for reelection but every one of his policies is on the ballot. I agree. These are turbulent times. We have issues on our border. We have a health care system that's broken. We have energy costs skyrocketing. We have so many issues facing our country and our world. It's time for a new direction. It's time to send an independent leader to the United States Senate and right now we don't have that. So I am asking for your vote on November 4th. I am asking to help go and send us in a different direction, an independent leadership direction. Thank you.