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Tuesday
Nov042014

Brown For US Senate - WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT SCOTT BROWN’S GROWING MOMENTUM 

Breitbart: “About a thousand supporters chanted “Go, Scott, Go!” as the Brown campaign bus pulled into the hangar here at Wiggins Aviation plant on Sunday evening, and the full slate of statewide candidates and Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) got out to speak to the fired up supporters in attendance.” (Matthew Boyle, “Exclusive - Brown's Final Pitch: Voting for Shaheen means Voting for Obama's Executive Amnesty,”Breitbart, 11/3/14)

CNN: “Brown has effectively closed the gap and his campaign has worked hard since the summer to tarnish Shaheen's independent brand by tying her to President Barack Obama, who pulls a 37% approval rating among the state's likely voters, according to the WMUR poll.” (Jeremy Diamond, “Polls: Shaheen, Brown deadlocked day before election,” CNN, 11/3/14)

NH1: “‘Independents appear relatively evenly split, leaning towards Scott Brown by a modest 2.6%’ added Lesperance, director of the Center for Civic Engagement which includes the New England College Polling Institute.” (Paul Steinhauser, “New NH1/NEC poll - NH Governor and Senate contests all knotted up,”NH1, 11/2/14)

NH Journal: “The final New England College poll of the top New Hampshire races tonight has a continued virtual dead heat between U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and challenger Scott Brown, with Brown up by a half a percentage point. The poll was conducted for NH1 News.” (John DiStaso, “Final NEC poll still has Senate race virtual tie, Hassan, Guinta, Kuster up,” NH Journal, 11/2/14)

Politico: “Republicans are hopeful about a Tuesday upset because New Hampshire does not have a big absentee or early voting culture. Almost all the ballots will be cast on Election Day, and they think Brown is closing strong.” (James Hohmann, “Senate survey: It’s the GOP’s to lose,” Politico, 11/2/14)

Andrea Mitchell: “I think Shaheen is in real trouble,” (Andrea Mitchell, Meet the Press, 11/2/14)

Joe Scarborough: “I keep hearing from Democrats and I keep thinking she is going to win New Hampshire—and I keep hearing from Democrats that Shaheen is in big trouble.” (Joe Scarborough, Meet the Press, 11/2/14)   

Drew Cline: “The Shaheen campaign is giving out the distinct vibe that they all believe she is in real trouble,” (Drew Cline, Twitter, 11/3/14)

Concord Monitor: “Patrick Kusior of Londonderry posed with Brown as the event wrapped up and got his photo taken. He said it’s the third time he’s met Brown, but this time he saw something new. Seeing all of the candidates together, Kusior said, proved to him that the party has unity and that, if elected, the candidates would be committed to helping one another. ‘It came across very clearly to me that they’re a cohesive team,’ he said, his voice notably hoarse from cheering during the rally.” (Nick Reid, N.H. Republicans make last-minute push to rally voters, Concord Monitor, 11/3/14)

  • “He posted a selfie of him and Brown and another photo with a caption saying, “the energy from the crowd tonight was unbelievable.” (Nick Reid, N.H. Republicans make last-minute push to rally voters, Concord Monitor, 11/3/14)
Tuesday
Nov042014

Brown For US Senate - SCOTT BROWN: THE OBAMA-SHAHEEN AGENDA ENDS RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW 

NEW WEB VIDEO RELEASED URGES VOTERS TO VOTE FOR “A NEW DAY” IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
 
MANCHESTER - Hours before the polls open, the Brown ​campaign released ​a new web video ​titled, “A New Da​y,”​ contrasting ​Jeanne Shaheen’s record standing with President Obama with Scott Brown’s vision for a new direction for New Hampshire.
 
The video chronicles the litany of President Obama’s policies backed by Senator Shaheen, adding President Obama’s own words that his policies are on the ballot tomorrow.
 
In sharp contrast, the video shifts to Brown’s vision moving forward.
 
“Those who are faced with doubt and uncertainty, let me tell you​, we live in the greatest country in the world and when it seems that nothing is possible and the odds are stacked against you, let me tell you and I can speak from experience, anything is possible, there are no obstacles you can’t overcome and defeat is only temporary,​”​ says Brown.​
 
​Panning through views of New Hampshire's landscape, Brown explains ​that Granite Staters have the opportunity to send a clear message that the “Obama-Shaheen agenda ends right here, right now.”
 
Throughout the campaign, Brown has worked tirelessly to ​bring his message to each corner of the state, stating his visio​n to restore a stronger America by repealing Obamacare, securing the border and restoring America’s leadership in the world.
 
As an independent voice for New Hampshire, Brown vows:  "I will answer only to you, the people of New Hampshire and no one else and each and every day that I serve I will give the job all that is in me.​"​
 
Tuesday
Nov042014

Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: FOX AND FRIENDS ON JEANNE SHAHEEN'S LEADERSHIP IN IRS SCANDAL

 

 

 

 

"This may be just what it takes to put [Brown] over the edge"
 

Fox and Friends
November 3, 2014

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STEVE DOOCY: Meanwhile there is trouble as well for the Democrat who is the Senator up in the great state of New Hampshire. There is a story out today on The Daily Caller that says that apparently Jeanne Shaheen, the sitting Senator from New Hampshire, she was one of six U.S. Democratic Senators, she apparently was the point person who was contacting the IRS, and they were dealing with the point man for the White House at the IRS in talking about hey when are you going to start cracking down on these nonprofit groups that have political activities?
 
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE: Yeah, I think this is a really, a death sentence for her. This is one of the races that everybody is looking for on the returns to see if this is going to signal the big shift. Because if we can see if Brown can take it in New Hampshire, then we're going to know this might be a big sweep across the country for Republicans. This may be just what it takes to put him over the edge.
 
DOOCY: They're that close.
 
GUILFOYLE: It's that close. it is within the statistical margin of error, of course some people even calling it too close to call.
 
BRIAN KILMEADE: I think even schoolkids, when you mention the name Lois Lerner, they think IRS scandal and her refusing to speak out. Now if you link Senator Jeanne Shaheen to Lois Lerner and then the IRS scandal which scares most people because they can relate to problems when they get that letter in the mail about the IRS, and the fact that they were trying to push this investigation and request away for the longest time, knowing she was at the foundation of that could be a huge deal 

 

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Monday
Nov032014

Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: NH UNION LEADER & SUNDAY NEWS: WASHINGTON VS. NH: WHAT THIS ELECTION IS REALLY ABOUT 

 

 

 

 

New Hampshire Union Leader & Sunday News
November 2, 2014


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In 2008, New Hamspshire voters sent Jeanne Shaheen to Washington to represent us. The question for Tuesday is whether she did. In our view, she failed to do the job she was elected to do. Instead of being a strong, independent voice for New Hampshire, Shaheen settled into a quiet, passive role as one of President Obama's most trustworthy allies in the Senate.
 
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Asked last Thursday to name some issues where she disagreed with the President, she could name only one. He supports closing some military bases; she does not. That's it. She is 100 percent on board with the rest of the Obama/national Democratic Party agenda. Where is her agenda? Where is New Hampshire's agenda?


 

Shaheen says she puts New Hampshire first, but her record does not support the claim. It is not that she supported a President of her own party. It is that this President's agenda replaces New Hampshire solutions with Washington ones - by design. In Washington, Jeanne Shaheen has consistently supported Washington-dictated policies rather than ones that free Granite Staters to make their own choices.
 
By contrast, Scott Brown has a proven independent record, which is why Shaheen has spent so much time and energy trying to demonize him. In this campaign, he has made clear that he wants to take some of the power that Shaheen happily hands to the federal government and return it to New Hampshire.
 
He says that Granite Staters should be able to choose their own insurers, their own doctors, their own hospitals - rather than have those choices made for them by bureaucrats and lawmakers in Washington.
 
He says Granite Staters should be able to keep more of their hard-earned money rather than have it taxed and redistributed by politicians in Washington. We agree.

Monday
Nov032014

Brown For US Senate - MITT ROMNEY: SCOTT BROWN WILL LEAD US IN A NEW DIRECTION 

MANCHESTER - Today, the Brown ​campaign released a new web video, titled “New Direction.”  It features Mitt Romney talking directly to camera about what’s at stake this election, saying it is the “last chance to pass judgment on President Obama’s record.”
 
Says Romney, “He’s not on the ballot, but his biggest supporter in the Senate is: Jeanne Shaheen.”

Jeanne Shaheen has voted with President Obama and his policies 99 percent of the time, failing to put New Hampshire first.  As Election Day approaches, Romney touts Brown’s vision to “lead us in a new direction with more jobs and renewed sense of pride and purpose” and urges voters to change directions by voting for Scott Brown on November 4th.

 

Transcript "New Direction":

Mitt Romney: This election is America’s last chance to pass judgment on President Obama’s record.

He’s not on the ballot​, b​ut his biggest supporter in the Senate is: Jeanne Shaheen.

Scott Brown will lead us in a new direction with more jobs and renewed sense of pride a and purpose.​

For a better future, join me in supporting Scott Brown for senate.