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Rye – Scott Brown issued the following statement today on a new study showing that insurance premiums are going up 90 percent in New Hampshire because of ObamaCare:
"Today's study showing that insurance premiums are going up 90 percent in New Hampshire because of ObamaCare is the latest sad reminder of the consequences of this broken law. This is what happens when politicians put the interests of their national party ahead of the priorities of their state and vote 99 percent of the time with President Obama.  It's also the reason I am running for Senate: to get rid of this failed health care law and let states come up with their own solutions."

Here is link to study:


Brown For US Senate - I'm ready...

Dear Supporter,
After spending the last month visiting with the people of New Hampshire in their living rooms and at their workplaces hearing their concerns, I’m ready to make a big decision and I wanted you to be the first to know.
I will officially kick off my campaign for the United States Senate this Thursday, April 10, at the Portsmouth Harborside Hotel.
Doors will open at 6:00 PM at 250 Market Street, and I’d love to have you join us for this big occasion. Click HERE to RSVP today.
As I’ve travelled across the state and added miles on my truck, I’ve heard the same concerns at every stop.  You’ve told me you want a stronger economy with more good-paying jobs. You want a government that doesn’t spend more than it takes in. Most of all, you want a health care system that works for New Hampshire - not one that leaves you with higher premiums, cancelled policies and fewer medical options.
Together, we can do all this, but it starts by changing leadership in Washington – a change for the better.
That’s what I want to do, but I can’t do it alone. Will you join me in this cause by standing with me this Thursday in Portsmouth?
Portsmouth played a special role in my childhood. I remember our house on Islington Street, strolling through Strawbery Banke with my grandfather, and catching a show at Prescott Park.
Now, Portsmouth is going to be the start of the next chapter in my life. I’d be honored if you would join us as we begin this journey together. Click HERE now to RSVP.
Onward to victory,
Scott Brown


Rubens For US Senate - Liberty Activists Endorse Jim Rubens 

Grassroots supporters continue to rally behind candidate with bold ideas

The Jim Rubens for U.S. Senate campaign today announced another large group of grassroots supporters who have officially endorsed Jim Rubens' candidacy. These endorsements -- combined with his earlier State Representative, Second Amendment and leadership endorsements -- demonstrate diverse, rapidly growing, and broad-based support for Jim Rubens.

These endorsements effectively turn the GOP primary into a two-person race.

Jim Rubens reacts to this latest round of public supporters:

"These endorsements show that New Hampshire voters want a committed conservative who will advance liberty and bring thoughtful solutions to Washington. Voters want a candidate with a proven track record of showing how liberty can improve lives and increase prosperity. My charter school law provides choice for parents, diversity of education opportunities, higher academic performance for children, and lower costs for taxpayers. I launched debate over electricity choice and competition that has saved New Hampshire ratepayers millions.

"These distinguished activists recognize that the federal government has become a threat to freedom, spying on our emails and telling us which doctors and hospitals we can use.

"It's time to replace business as usual Washington career politicians like Jeanne Shaheen. She voted for Dodd-Frank, leaving the too-big-to-fail banks bigger than ever and the taxpayer once again on the hook for their failure. She voted for Obamacare that will drive up US healthcare costs and result in eventual government takeover of one-sixth of the US economy. She voted to increase national debt by over $7 trillion. She supports NSA spying on millions of innocent citizens. Her vote for a Syria bombing war would have sucked us into yet another Mideast military quagmire with no benefit to US national security."

• Tom Barton, Washington
• Jenn Coffey, Andover
• Aaron Day, Bedford
• Sam Eaton, Enfield
• Fmr. Sen. Jim Forsythe, Strafford
• Deb Johnson, Concord
• George Johnson, Weare
• Rep. George Lambert, Litchfield
• Ron Noyes, Contoocook
• Matt Philips, Bedford
• Eric Schlelen, Hudson
• Jason Sorens, Lebanon
• Bill Walker, Plainfield

Please share these articles with your friends and be sure to like our Facebook page, which recently crossed 2,500 fans and continues to grow.

We need your help to share this message with as many people as possible. Can you support my campaign today by making a contribution of $25, $50, $100, or even up to $2,600?


Rubens For US Senate - Jim Rubens to be featured on WMUR today at 1 PM 

Sen. Jim Rubens will be the featured guest on today's "Meet The Candidates" series. It can viewed live online here. It will also be available on demand.

Sen. Jim Rubens on WMUR

This comes on the heels of a groundswell of support coalescing around the Rubens for US Senate Campaign. Yesterday, the latest release, included 35 current Republican State Representatives

These endorsements, combined with earlier Second Amendment and Leadership endorsements, effectively turn the GOP primary into a two-person race.

Please share these articles with your friends and be sure to like our Facebook page, which recently crossed 2,500 fans and continues to grow.

We need your help to share this message with as many people as possible. Can you support my campaign today by making a contribution of $25, $50, $100, or even up to $2,600?

To learn more about Jim Rubens, or to find out how you can get involved, please visit our website.


Rubens For US Senate - State Representatives Endorse Rubens 

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Growing list of grassroots supporters uniting behind bold ideas


Today, the Jim Rubens for U.S. Senate campaign unveiled a large and diverse group of Republican members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives who have officially endorsed Jim Rubens' candidacy. These endorsements, combined with his earlier Second Amendment ( and leadership endorsements (, effectively turn the GOP primary into a two-person race.


Jim Rubens made this comment on these endorsements:


"I am honored to have earned the support of these dedicated public servants, who are closely connected to the communities they represent. These Reps went to Concord to solve problems and now they trust me to go to Washington to solve the problems that Jeanne Shaheen and President Obama have created. They are among our growing list of supporters who want me to bring energy, new ideas, and strategic smarts to help restore vigor to our private economy, resolve our spiraling national debt, and stop government overreach. Grassroots leaders and voters, not Washington, will pick our nominee on September 9th.


"The challenges we face as a nation and state must be met head on by a true New Hampshire conservative with a proven record of accomplishment in small business and political life.  Our nation's debt, unsustainable fiscal policy, Constitutional erosions and waning individual rights weigh heavily on the hearts and minds of our citizens.  I am grateful that so many dedicated State Representatives are willing to stand beside me in our fight to restore our Republic and pave the way to long-lasting prosperity that creates more abundant and better-paying private jobs."


Rep. Richard Burchell, Gilmanton Iron Works

Rep. John Cebrowski, Bedford

Rep. Brian Chirichiello, Derry

Rep. Lars Christiansen, Hudson

Rep. James Coffey, New Ipswich

Rep. David Danielson, Bedford

Rep. Debra DeSimone, Atkinson

Rep. James Devine, Sandown

Rep. Ralph Doolan, Littleton

Rep. Tracy Emerick, Hampton

Rep. Charles Fink, Belmont

Rep. William Friel, Atkinson

Rep. Carolyn Gargasz, Hollis

Rep. James Grenier, Goshen

Rep. Joseph Hagan, Chester

Rep. Kathleen Hoelzel, Raymond

Rep. John Hunt, Rindge

Rep. Jane Johnson, Swanzey

Rep. Walter Kolodziej, Windham

Rep. Frank Kotowski, Hooksett

Rep. Neal Kurk, Weare

Rep. Rick Ladd, Haverhill

Rep. George Lambert, Litchfield

Rep. Donald LeBrun, Nashua
Rep. Robert Luther, Laconia

Rep. Betsy McKinney, Londonderry

Rep. James Parison, New Ipswich

Rep. Tony Pellegrino, Merrimack

Rep. Harold Reilly, Hill

Rep. Leon Rideout, Lancaster

Rep. Skip Rollins, Newport

Rep. Elisabeth Sanders, Danville

Rep. John Sedensky, Chester

Rep. Steven Smith, Charlestown

Rep. Phillip Straight. Merrimack

Rep. Shawn Sweeney, Milford

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