NASHUA - Tonight, Scott Brown held his second town hall as part of his ongoing “New Hampshire Speaks” series. Brown kicked-off the meeting discussing Obamacare's harmful impact of New Hampshire families and businesses, then opened the floor to questions from the audience on all topics.
“Town halls are an important New Hampshire tradition that allow for an unfiltered dialogue on the issues voters care about most,” said Brown. “I welcome the opportunity to address these important issues ranging from Obamacare to immigration and look forward to holding more meeting across the state."
Approximately 45 people joined Brown inside the Crowne Plaza’s Hunt Room for the event. Brown was asked about a variety of other topics, ranging from the immigration crisis to the New Hampshire economy.
“I appreciate Scott brown taking the time to join us at this town hall event to hear our concerns," said Nashua Alderman-at-large Dan Moriarty. "No matter the issue he directly answered our questions. He proved he is ready to go to Washington to be an independent voice who will advocate for New Hampshire."
Next Monday, Brown will hold another town hall at Pinkerton Academy with Senator John McCain at 10:00 AM centered on foreign policy. Senator Jeanne Shaheen has failed to hold a town hall in almost two years.