Web Video Captures State of the Race As Brown Surges

MANCHESTER - On the heels of today's New Hampshire Union Leader and Nashua Telegraph primary endorsements, the Scott Brown campaign released a new web video, titled “Momentum,” that captures the increased attention around the surging Brown campaign as he closes the gap on Jeanne Shaheen.

Last week's Granite State poll from the University of New Hampshire/WMUR shows the race as a virtual tie, with Brown earning 44% of the vote and Shaheen holding 46% of the vote.  
Brown is working tirelessly to visit every corner of the Granite State and hosting town hall meetings as part of the "NH Speaks" series to meet voters and spread his message for a stronger America, both at home and abroad. 
As shown in the ad, he has earned a number of momentum-building endorsements from Gov. Mitt Romney, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, Sen. John McCain, and a host of local elected officials and grassroots supporters throughout New Hampshire.
In their respective endorsements, the New Hampshire Union Leader & Sunday News said that Brown "will make a solid, smart, and independent voice for New Hampshire in the U.S. Senate," and the Nashua Telegraph wrote that "Scott Brown most closely adheres to those fundamental principles that shape the Granite State’s 21st-century identity."

Click here to watch the web video. 


Anchor: WMUR poll numbers are out
And less than three weeks before the primary election there appears to be a major shift in the Senate race
Anchor In a head to match up with Jeanne Shaheen
Scott Brown has made this race a toss up
Closing to within two points of the incumbent Democrat
Forty-six to forty-four percent

Anchor: Just last month Scott Brown trailed Jeanne Shaheen by twelve points
And his campaign appeared to be stagnating
Not anymore because as the race heads into the home stretch
Scott Brown is surging

Anchor: WMUR’s latest poll might have Shaheen’s campaign feeling ill
Less than a month after she enjoyed a double-digit lead
That gap has evaporated
As Brown has turned the race into a dead heat
With forty-six percent of those polled opting for Shaheen
Forty-four for Brown and momentum clearly in his favor

Reporter: This will go down as one of the most important days of this New Hampshire U.S. Senate contest
For much of the year this race seemed to be slipping away from Scott Brown
But now he is back.