Scott Brown

Can Scott Brown Win in New Hampshire?

By on 3.17.14 | 2:01PM

As a Massachusetts native, I was very engaged in Scott Brown’s underdog Senate race and surprising victory in 2010.

Ted Kennedy’s dynastic seat was open and Brown stepped in the way of another Democrat’s chance to sit on his throne. He won 52 percent of the vote, leaving attorney general Martha Coakley and the rest of the Democrat-controlled state stunned. As a young Republican in a very blue state, I rejoiced. Although my county has always leaned right, I was surprised and excited by Brown's success.

The hammer fell in 2012 when Elizabeth Warren won back control of the seat, much to the disappointment of any conservatives still surviving in Massachusetts.

I sighed, left for college, and enjoyed my brief escape from Massachusetts politics.

Then on Friday I was scrolling through my Twitter feed only to find a snapshot of the top half of Scott Brown’s college centerfold tweeted out by Buzzfeed Benny. The explanation for this sudden assault on my work-friendly viewing? Brown is running again – this time in New Hampshire.

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