Brown For US Senate - PRIMARY OVER, SCOTT BROWN RELEASES NEW TV AD: "INDEPENDENT"

 
PRIMARY OVER, SCOTT BROWN RELEASES NEW TV AD: "INDEPENDENT"

MANCHESTER - On the heels of Tuesday's successful primary, Scott Brown released a new TV ad titled “Independent,” the first of the general election phase of the campaign. The 30-second spot frames the race as a contest between Jeanne Shaheen, an Obama rubber stamp, and Scott Brown, a truly independent voice for New Hampshire.
 
Set at iconic MaryAnn's Diner in Derry, the ad opens with Brown sitting at the counter talking to the camera about why he's running: "I want a strong America with good jobs you can count on and a foreign policy that once again leads the world."
 
Brown then explains what it means for New Hampshire citizens that Shaheen votes with Obama 99% of the time: "Fewer jobs, higher taxes and debt, a health care law that doesn't work and an unstable world."
 
The ad closes with Brown's promise that he'll be "an independent senator that votes for New Hampshire first."

Watch the ad.

"Independent" Transcript:
 
Scott Brown: Over the next several weeks, you're going to hear a lot about the race for U.S. Senate
 
So, let me tell you why I'm running
 
I want a strong America with good jobs you can count on
 
And a foreign policy that once again leads the world
 
My opponent Jeanne Shaheen votes with President Obama 99% of the time
 
What does that mean for you?
 
Fewer jobs, higher taxes and debt, a health care law that doesn't work and an unstable world
 
I'm Scott Brown
 
I approve this message
 
And I'll be an independent senator that votes for New Hampshire first