GOP Counting On Scott Brown

With a decisive GOP pri-mary victory last night in New Hampshire, former Bay State U.S. Sen. Scott Brown came out swinging against Democratic incumbent Jeanne
Shaheen and President Obama in a race that is seen as a key battleground in 
the fight for control of the Senate.

Republicans are pinning their hopes on Brown to help tip the scales in D.C. and bring a key GOP voice to the Northeast.

“Scott Brown is important because he gives the Republicans more possibilities for netting seats,” said Republican strategist Ford O’Connell. “In New England we don’t have a House member. And other than Sen. Kelly Ayotte, we don’t have a presence.”

Read more from Kimberly Atkins at The Boston Herald

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