Good Thursday Evening,

As we head into the long Fourth of July weekend, Scott Brown is planning on honoring America's birthday by marching in parades in Amherst and Merrimack. Please join with him on this special day. You can sign up here or scroll down for more details.

Dominating the news this week was the Independence Day Kick-Off held yesterday with Governor Mitt Romney at Doug and Stella Scamman's Bittersweet Farm in Stratham. Despite the scorching temperatures, we enjoyed a great turnout of enthusiastic supporters and Scott said it best: "The heat is nothing compared to the heat that Senator Shaheen is going to feel come November."

"Hundreds of people stood in 90-plus-degree heat to see the double Republican bill of Romney and Brown..."

In what became the line of the day, Governor Romney tagged Jeanne Shaheen as a "Simon Says Senator" yesterday, given her record standing with President Obama 99 percent of the time. The rally took place on the same day a new poll showed President Obama is now viewed as the worst American president in modern history. Though it was a sweltering day approaching 100 degrees, a packed crowd of supporters cheered Brown and Romney. Highlights included:


Portsmouth Herald:  “Pamela Valentine, who has homes in Wolfeboro and in Beverly, Mass., said one reason she supports Brown is because she believes he is strong on women's issues. The other reason is that, as a mother of three teenage boys, she believes him to be the type of candidate who can generate interest in the Republican Party for the younger generations.”

Concord Monitor: “Priscilla and Arthur Torella of Dover came to yesterday’s event specifically to see Romney and walked away with a greater interest in Brown. 'I had heard a little bit about Scott Brown before. I liked his presentation, because he’s bringing hope, that’s what I see,’ Arthur said, adding that he thinks Brown and Romney make a great team."

Concord Monitor: “Rita Nydam of Hampton Falls, who considers herself an independent, also voted for Romney in 2012 and is supporting Brown. She saw Brown speak two weeks ago in Windham and said he seemed more trustworthy to her than most politicians.”

Foster's Daily Democrat: “(Brown) wasn’t the only one with change on his mind. Janet Paxton seemed thoughtful of it as well. ‘We need a change. We’re scared! The change we heard of years ago was about nickels and dimes,’ she said. ‘This is a change that is going to make a difference. I think Brown is a breath of fresh air. We’re going to pray for him.’”

Scott Sheds More Boot Leather On Campaign Trail

Again this week, Scott was all over New Hampshire, touring businesses and meeting with Granite Staters to listen and learn about what's on their minds. He spoke at the New Hampshire Sheriffs Association Golf Tournament Luncheon, visited Harvey Building Products in Londonderry, toured King Forrest Industries in Wentworth, and stopped in to see Tom Thomson at his Family Tree Farm in Orford to discuss smaller government, as well as taking a photo with the iconic ax.      



March With Scott On July 4th

Please join Scott tomorrow to celebrate Independence Day as he marches in parades in Merrimack and Amherst New Hampshire!


Here are the details:


Amherst Parade

Line Up: 9:00AM

Start Address: Wilkins School, 80 Boston Post Road, Amherst, NH


Merrimack Parade

Line Up: 12:00PM

Start Address: 515 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH


You can RSVP here:

Phone-Banking At Campaign HQ

We will continue making phone calls next week, hosting phone banks at campaign headquarters in Manchester Monday through Thursday. The information is below and you can sign up here:

Phone Banking at Campaign HQ
Monday - Thursday Night
379 Elm Street, Manchester
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thanks for reading! Have a great July 4th Holiday and we hope to see you over the weekend.

Colin Reed
Campaign Manager, New Hampshire for Scott Brown