"Better Jobs For All"
Happy Friday,

This week, Scott Brown kicked off the "Better Jobs for All" tour and picked up two key endorsements from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  Brown toured businesses across the state and hosted a roundtable discussion in Portsmouth to talk about the economic challenges of the Obama-Shaheen economy, including Obamacare and the high cost of energy. 
For Jeanne Shaheen's part, she continues to duck debate appearances with Scott Brown.  So far, she has refused three debates, including the Manchester/Nashua Chambers of Commerce, who decided to cancel their debate because Shaheen would not appear on the same stage as Scott Brown to discuss her record of voting with President Obama 99 percent of the time. 
Keep scrolling to learn more about our busy week on the trail.  Thanks for reading.
"Scott Brown Is A Demonstrated Leader Who Will Represent New Hampshire Values Above All And Fight For Job Creation And Free Enterprise"

Those are the words from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, who endorsed Scott earlier this week. In addition, the National Federation of Independent Business announced they would support Brown, meaning in one week, Brown picked up the backing of two of the nation's leading pro-jobs organizations.

These big endorsements got some great media coverage. Read more:
What It's About

Yesterday, President Obama stated that "every single one" of his policies are on the ballot in November. Our campaign agrees and released a web video today titled "What It's About, framing up this election as a referendum on Senator Shaheen's voting with the President 99 percent of the time.

You can
watch the video here, and be sure to share it on social media so all your friends have the chance to watch. 
"She's The Simon Says Senator"

On Wednesday, our campaign released a new web ad featuring former Governor Mitt Romney. In the ad, Governor Romney calls Jeanne Shaheen the "Simon Says Senator," because she votes with President Obama 99 percent of the time.

"We don't need that," Governor Romney says. "We need to have an independent voice. You have a choice. Your next United States Senator from New Hampshire, Scott Brown."

Watch the video here and take a look at Breitbart had to say about the ad:
  • Breitbart: "Mitt Romney Backs Scott Brown: Jeanne Shaheen is 'Simon Says Senator' For Obama" 
Why Won't Jeanne Shaheen Debate Scott Brown?

Monday, Scott Brown spoke to 100 students at Franklin Pierce University about challenges facing our nation's young people. However, the event was supposed to be a debate between Scott and Jeanne Shaheen, but Senator Shaheen refused to show up.

Then yesterday, the Manchester and Nashua Chambers of Commerce canceled their planned debate because Senator Shaheen would not debate Scott Brown one-on-one.

We all know why Senator Shaheen won't debate Scott Brown, and it's the same reason she hasn't held a town hall meeting in more than two years. It's because she cannot defend her record of voting 99 percent of the time with President Obama and against the interest of New Hampshire.
Volunteer of the Week:
Griffin Poutre

Exeter High School student Griffin Poutre is this week's featured volunteer. Griffin is the first volunteer we've featured from one of our new Victory offices, working out of the office in Stratham, his hometown. Thanks, Griffin, for all the hard work you are doing to help elect Scott, and give New Hampshire an independent voice in the U.S. Senate. 
Brown 47%, Shaheen 47%

A new poll from New England College shows that this race is neck-and-neck, with Brown and Shaheen both taking 47 percent of the vote. This comes after the same poll showed us trailing by seven just a week ago. 

This poll indicates what we all know: this race is very close, so every phone call you make and door you knock can help put Scott over the top. Please consider taking the time to come to one of our Victory offices and help get out the vote for Scott.
  • Washington Times: "New Hampshire Senate Race Is Up For Grabs, Poll Shows"
  • NH1: "Republican Challengers Make Gains In New NH1 Poll"
On The Trail...

Scott was all over the state again this week, taking his message directly to Granite Staters about how we can bring New Hampshire principles back to the U.S. Senate. 

He held a roundtable with business leaders in Portsmouth as part of his "Better Jobs For All Tour," spoke at the New Hampshire Energy Summit about his plan to reduce energy costs while increasing domestic production, hit the phones at the NHGOP office in Concord and chatted with voters 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 (


Tomorrow morning at our Stratham Victory Office we will have a Super Saturday. The day starts at 10 and you will have the chance to make phone calls, knock on some doors, distribute lawn signs and pass out literature that informs voters why they should support Scott. See below for all the information you need.

What: Super Saturday in Stratham
72 Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham
When: Saturday, October 4, 10:00 AM
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 for continuing to support Scott and for reading this week's Around Town.  Hard to believe there is only a month to go till Election Day. Let's give it 110 percent these next 32 days and we'll be celebrating on November 4th.
  Colin Reed
Campaign Manager