"Our Next Senator: Scott Brown"
Happy Halloween,

In just four days, Granite Staters will go to the polls with a choice between Jeanne Shaheen, who supports President Obama 99% of the time, and Scott Brown, who will be an independent leader that stands up for our state.

In the final stretch, we need your help to get out the vote. Please talk to your friends, neighbors and co-workers. Make sure they are planning to go out on Election Day and will be supporting Scott Brown. On Sunday, we will be having a Victory Rally in Manchester at Wiggins Airways at 7:00 PM featuring Senator Kelly Ayotte, Senator John E. Sununu and Governor John H. Sununu. Scott will be in attendance along with Walt Havenstein, Frank Guinta and Marilinda Garcia. We would love to see you there.

The momentum is on our side, but we still need every last vote. If we work hard for these next four days, the next six years promise to be brighter and more opportunistic because Scott Brown will be our Senator. 

Please keep scrolling to see the news of the week and find out how you can help Scott win on Tuesday.
Closing Argument 

We released an ad this week featuring Scott speaking from his home in Rye, making the case why New Hampshire needs new leadership in the U.S. Senate.

It is pretty clear: to change direction, we need to change Senators. 

Please watch the ad and share it on social media so everyone knows about the choice we have in this election.
Endorsements From New Hampshire Newspapers 

Earlier in the week, The Nashua Telegraph and Eagle-Tribune joined Foster's Daily Democrat to endorse Scott Brown.

The Telegraph wrote that Senator Shaheen, "knows the state well, but that is not to say she has served it particularly well by marching in lockstep with her party and the president. That is where the senator has lost her way." 

The Eagle-Tribune echoed these sentiments, writing, "Having won her Senate seat on a promise of independence, Shaheen soon found it expedient not to exercise any independent thought at all, voting the Democratic Party line in lockstep with President Obama."
More Debate Victories For Scott Brown

Scott picked up where he left off last week, defeating Senator Shaheen in a debate last night and participating with her in a forum this past Sunday. 

During the forum, Senator Shaheen actually interrupted Scott's closing statement and was booed loudly by the audience. Her unnecessary interruption generated days of bad headlines for her campaign.

Last night, Senator Shaheen made the assertion that U.S. Troops are occupiers and Scott quickly corrected her, strongly saying that our troops are not occupiers, they are liberators. 
"Let The Change Begin"

We also rolled out a new web video this week, called "Let The Change Begin," featuring Scott rallying voters, imploring them to begin the change in New Hampshire, and end the Obama-Shaheen agenda.

Joined by Governor Mitt Romney at the iconic Scamman Farm, Brown draws a sharp contrast between his independence and Senator Shaheen's record of voting with President Obama 99 percent of the time, saying "I will be nobody’s yes man—nobody’s rubberstamp."

Click here to watch the video 
Rally With Senators Ayotte & McCain

Scott was joined on Monday by Senator Kelly Ayotte and Senator John McCain for a rally in Nashua where they discussed the importance of the upcoming election, and New Hampshire's opportunity to elect an independent leader in Scott Brown. 
Former NH Senate Democratic Leader Endorses Scott Brown

Former Democratic Senate Leader Bob Preston wrote an open letter this week endorsing Scott Brown for U.S. Senate, writing that Jeanne Shaheen's, "blind allegiance to the Obama administration has resulted in the problems our nation faces today."

Preston went on to say that he felt Brown's, "common sense and independence in Washington will be better for New Hampshire and our nation."
To Change Direction We Need To Change Senators

Scott appeared on Fox and Friends this week, and spoke about how we need more independent voices in Washington that are working on behalf of the people, not partisan ideologues like Senator Shaheen. 

Click here to watch the interview.
Senators Rubio & Sessions Offer Their Support

Both Senators Marco Rubio and Jeff Sessions penned op-eds in New Hampshire papers this week, supporting Scott Brown and arguing that his election will help move New Hampshire and America in a better direction.
On The Trail...

Today we joined the NH GOP to kick off the "Victory for New Hampshire" bus tour. Through Election Night, Scott and other Republican candidates will travel the state to get out the vote and make their final case to voters. Also this week, Scott was able to speak with the employees at Metal Works in Londonderry and toured the HP Hood Factory in Concord
Campaign Bulletin Board

Please make sure to go to the polls on Election Day and support Scott Brown and make sure to encourage your friends and family to do the same. The best way you can support Scott is by talking with another person about his candidacy and asking them for their vote. 


In the last four days of this race, we need to contact as many voters as possible, so please stop by one of our victory offices 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 (
Thanks for reading and for your support throughout this campaign. We have an opportunity to do something really special on Tuesday. Let's give it our all these next four days so that we can elect Scott Brown as our next Senator!
  Colin Reed
Campaign Manager