Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown announced he’s exploring a run for the New Hampshire Senate what’sin a press conference today.
WHDH-TV’s Ryan Schulteis tweeted:
During his speech to a state GOP conference in Nashua, Brown launched his exploratory committee and said he planned to begin a “Main Streets and Living Rooms [listening] Tour,” reported Politico:
"As I've traveled across New Hampshire during the last year, many people have come up to me and expressed concern about the direction of our country," Brown said in a statement. "Over the next few weeks, I intend to meet with the people of New Hampshire where they live and work, to talk about what?s on their mind and the best way to get the state and country on the right track."
After his press conference, Scott introduced his “Main Streets and Living Rooms Tour” by tweeting:
According to reports earlier today, Fox News suspended the contract of the former US senator from Massachusetts due to his recent political activity in New Hampshire. Politico reported:
"Scott Brown's contributor agreement was officially terminated today once he notified FOX News of his intention to form an exploratory committee to run for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire," Fox News programming EVP Bill Shine said in a statement to TV Newser.
Brown took to Twitter to confirm the news.
In a hard-fought race that drew national attention, Brown was defeated in November 2012 by Democrat and Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren in the Massachusetts Senate race.