CONCORD - Following tonight's NH1/CNN U.S. Senatedebate in Concord, Colin Reed, campaign manager for Scott Brown, issued the following statement:
"Tonight you heard Jeanne Shaheen dismiss the threat of ISIS, back track on the Ebola travel ban and change her position on military options related to critical foreign policy decisions. Her positions were as inconsistent and confusing as President Obama’s, and the people of New Hampshire are ready for new leadership. Over the past six years, Jeanne Shaheen broke her promise to be an independent voice and has rubberstamped the President's failed policies, now she is struggling to defend her record to Granite Staters at home. Scott Brown explained his vision to secure the border, strengthen the economy and restore a stronger America. He is bringing clear solutions to the table to strengthen our national security and economic security at home and abroad."