Happy Friday,

Primary Day is just four days away and we need you to get the vote out for Scott. In addition to going to the polls and casting your ballot on Tuesday, please spread the word to your friends and neighbors, and tell them to vote as well. A strong win on Tuesday will give us the momentum we need to go into the fall and defeat Jeanne Shaheen.

Tonight, Scott will kick-off his "For New Hampshire" series, holding GOTV rallies in Wolfeboro, Atkinson, Nashua and Portsmouth. Scroll down for details on these rallies and find out about what special guests will be appearing with Scott.

On the trail, Scott participated in his fifth and final GOP debate last night, held another town hall meeting on foreign policy and criticized the Obama/Biden/Shaheen "No Strategy" foreign policy.

Want to get involved? Scroll down and check out our bulletin board for volunteer opportunities. 
"They're Not Coming Home To Buy Houses With White Picket Fences"

In last night's GOP debate, Scott went after the Obama administration and Senator Shaheen for their lack of strategy defeating ISIS. He also continued pushing his proposal that would revoke the citizenship of any American who joins a foreign terrorist organization. Check out the clip here.
Web Video: "No Strategy"

On Wednesday, the same day that Vice-President Biden was in town, we released a web video highlighting the failure of the Obama administration to stop ISIS in the Middle East. Check out this powerful video and be sure to share them with your friends and family. 
"An Everyman Appeal"
On the front page of yesterday's Concord Monitor, Scott Brown was featured in a candidate profile that captured his hard work and grassroots campaigning, reflecting an "everyman appeal." Click below to the read the article.
  • Concord Monitor: "Candidate Profile: Scott Brown Tells N.H. Voters He's An Independent Voice"
"For New Hampshire"
Starting tonight, Scott will begin a swing across New Hampshire to work to get out the vote before the primary on Tuesday. If you're in one of these areas, please come out to one of these rallies to show your support for Scott and see why other influential New Hampshire leaders are backing his candidacy.
Kelly Ayotte Hits The Airwaves Supporting Brown

This week, the campaign unveiled a new radio ad featuring U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, complementing the television ad that was released last week with her strong endorsement of Scott, saying he will, "give everything he's got for New Hampshire."
Volunteer of the Week:
Ken Johannsen (Mr. J)

United States Air Force veteran and Swanzey resident Ken Johannsen, or as well call him, Mr. J, is our featured volunteer for this week. Mr. J has marched with Scott in the Swanzey Old Home Day Parade and has also been very helpful in putting up signs across Cheshire County and making phone calls. Read more about why he is supporting Scott here.
Unfiltered & Free-Flowing Discussions With Granite Staters

Scott continued on his "NH Speaks," tour across the state this week, holding his sixth town hall meeting in Hudson to talk foreign policy and take questions from voters. Brown criticized the Obama Administration and Senator Shaheen, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, for their incoherent foreign policy in dealing with ISIS.
Milford Labor Day Parade

On Monday, Scott was joined by a group of enthusiastic supporters to march in the Milford Labor Day Parade. Thanks to everyone for coming out and check out this great shot from the crowded parade route.
From The Trail...

In addition to the parades and town hall, Scott found time this week to visit Coed Sportswear in Newfields, speak with workers at Juliet Marine in Portsmouth and stop in Salem to address the GOP's Labor Day Picnic. He really has driven all over New Hampshire and as of this afternoon, he is on the cusp of reaching 300,000 miles in his GMC Canyon. Wow.
Campaign Bulletin Board

Tonight, Scott will rally in Wolfeboro with Jeb Bradley at the Inn on Main at 5 P.M. Tomorrow, he will be in Atkinson at Freshwater Farms with Charlie Bass, also at 5 P.M.

Sunday afternoon, he will be joined by Kelly Ayotte at Roby Park in Nashua at noon and then Monday night, he will conclude his For New Hampshire rally series by holding an event at Harbour Place with Governor John Sununu.

Please feel free to come to one or all of these rallies and hear Scott discuss the importance of Tuesday's primary and why we need to defeat Senator Shaheen. 


Tomorrow, we will be going door to door in Salem to speak with voters about Scott and encourage them to vote for him on Tuesday. We're meeting at the Salem GOP Office at 11 AM. Full details here:

WHAT: Salem Door-to-Door
WHEN: 11 AM, Saturday, September 6, 2014
WHERE: Salem GOP Office, 456 S. Broadway, Salem, NH 
RSVP: John Pearson ( or Jeremy Baker (


Want a lawn sign? Check out our list of sign depots across the state where you can go and pick up a sign for your yard. There is contact information for each location, so just call up the place closest to you and get your sign!


Monday's, Tuesday's and Wednesday's, we have phone banking at Campaign Headquarters from 6:00-8:30. 

We are right in downtown Manchester at 379 Elm Street. Come on by, meet some follow Brown supporters and make some calls. We always have a good time and would love for you to come join in on the fun. 
Thanks for reading. Please go to the polls on Tuesday and encourage your friends and neighbors to go out and vote for Scott too! Then join us at the Grappone Center in Concord as we watch the results come in and take another step forward on the path to defeating Senator Shaheen.