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Brown For US Senate - CAMPAIGN RELEASES TV AD: 'SCOTT BROWN: FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE' 


 
BROWN CAMPAIGN RELEASES TV AD: 'SCOTT BROWN: FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE'
Says He's Running Because Obama-Shaheen Health Care Law Threatens Jobs, Hurts Families
 
MANCHESTER- The Brown campaign today released a new TV ad titled “Scott Brown: For New Hampshire,” establishing his strong New Hampshire roots and explaining that he is running for Senate to put people back in charge of their lives after a health care system that doesn't work was forced on them by President Obama and Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
 
The 30-second spot recites Brown's New Hampshire roots: as a young child, he lived on Islington Street in Portsmouth. His mom was a waitress at Hampton Beach, and his dad was an airman at Pease Air Force Base. For more than 20 years, Brown and his wife, Gail, have been homeowners and taxpayers in Rye.  The ad contains family snapshots, and scenes of the couple in front of their New Hampshire home.
 
Brown states that Senator Shaheen and President Obama "forced on us a health care system that doesn’t work – hurting families and threatening jobs.” He said that he is running to "put you back in charge and preserve New Hampshire's great way of life." 
 
Click Here To Watch Ad
 
TRANSCRIPT:
 
Scott BrownI’m Scott Brown and I approve this message.
 
That’s me, as a little kid --we lived on Islington Street in Portsmouth
 
My mom was a waitress at Hampton Beach
 
My dad an airman at Pease
 
I’ve been a homeowner in Rye for over 20 years
 
I care about New Hampshire
                       
But President Obama and Senator Shaheen forced on us a health care system that doesn’t work
 
Hurting families and threatening jobs
                       
I’m running for Senate to put you back in charge and preserve New Hampshire’s great way of life.

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