Happy Friday,

It was another busy week for the Brown campaign.  We kicked-off our "Making Higher Education Work" tour, including stops at St. Anselm College and Lago's Ice Cream to meet with college graduates and discuss Scott's higher education policy (read it here).  We also released a new TV ad narrated by Scott's sister, LeeAnn, and announced a host of new endorsements from over 100 elected officials and activists across the state. 

Have any plans on Sunday morning? We hope you'll join us for our inaugural "Super Sunday" at campaign headquarters, where we will watch Scott debate on WMUR's CloseUP forum, then get to work mobilizing volunteer efforts.  Sign-up now to join us for door knocking, phone calls, and more as we continue to spread Scott's message of bringing New Hampshire values to the U.S. Senate.

We are running phone banks every Monday through Thursday night from 6-8:30 PM at our campaign headquarters in Manchester, and this week, we will also be hosting phone banks in Concord, Alton, and Rye.
 Click here for more information and get the full details below.

Now for this week's news...

Announcing Our Latest TV Ad, "LeeAnn"


Wednesday, the campaign released its latest television ad, featuring Scott's sister LeeAnn talking about how Scott was always there for her, even though they grew up in a difficult situation. Please watch the ad, share it with your friends and check out some of the news coverage it received.

Kicking-off The "Making Higher Education Work" Tour

Scott kicked off his "Making Higher Education Work," tour this week stopping at St. Anselm College and Lago's Ice Cream. Brown's plan for higher education seeks to bring down the cost of college tuition, reform federal financial aid, and increase opportunities in the science and technology fields. Take a look at the Concord Monitor's article on Scott's plan.

Announcing 100+ Rockingham County Supporters

Yesterday, the Brown campaigned announced a list of over 100 supporters throughout Rockingham County, including Former House Speakers Donna Styek and Doug Scamman, and Senator Nancy Stiles. This list of grassroots supporters will help spread Scott's message about restoring individual freedoms and fighting for New Hampshire principles in Congress. Click here to see the names on the list.

Visiting Brown's Lobster Pound In Seabrook

On Tuesday, Scott stopped by Brown's Lobster Pound in Seabrook to meet with supporters and enjoy some chowder. Brown spoke to patrons about the challenges they are facing, and pointed out that our health care system isn't working, gas prices are higher and regulations are stifling businesses. Read more about his visit from the Hampton Union.

Hillsborough County Organizing Meeting

Next Wednesday, June 25th, the Brown campaign will host an organizational meeting in Manchester for all Hillsborough County supporters to attend. The meeting is at 7PM and will be at 379 Elm Street, the campaign's headquarters. RSVP to Lyndsay Robinson by emailing, or calling (603) 518-5412

Call For Scott

Here are some opportunities throughout the state to help make calls for Scott's campaign next week. Click here to RSVP.

Manchester Phone Bank
Monday - Thursday Nights
6:00PM to 8:30PM
Scott Brown Campaign HQ
379 Elm Street
Manchester, NH
Concord Phone Bank
Tuesday Night
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
NH GOP Office
10 Water St.
Concord, NH
Alton Phone Bank
Wednesday Night
6:00PM to 8:30PM
5 Southview Lane
Alton Bay, NH
Rye Phone Bank
Wednesday Night
6:00PM to 8:30PM
875 Washington Rd.
Rye, NH

Super Sunday

As mentioned above, Sunday is a big day for us. Please join us at headquarters to watch Scott debate on WMUR's CloseUp at !0 A.M. After, we will be knocking on doors, making phone calls and signing up new Brown supporters. Please join us for all or part of the day (coffee and doughnuts provided)
 Sign up here.
Thanks for reading! Have a great weekend and we hope to see you on Sunday.

Colin Reed
Campaign Manager, New Hampshire for Scott Brown