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Shaheen Holds Off Brown in New Hampshire Or Does She? Yeah, She Does
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Although Scott Brown made a good go of it, he came up short against incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen. 

With just under 40% of the vote in, Fox News is projecting Shaheen as the winner with 52% of the vote. 

In December 2012, I argued that Brown should run in the Massachusetts gubernatorial race (this was well before New Hampshire was an option). As I write this, Charlie Baker is winning against Martha Coakley. I wonder if Brown is kicking himself for not staying in the Bay State.

UPDATE: Brown has not conceded the race. At last look, with 74% of precincts reporting, Shaheen leads by just over 2,000 votes.

UPDATE II: With 81% of the votes in, Brown has now conceded. Despite losing to both Elizabeth Warren and now Shaheen, this is probably not the last we hear from Brown.

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