Coming soon, to a computer near you:
“Giving power back to the people.”
So says his word-sparing, place-holding website.
In New Hampshire?
As Bloomberg’s Annie Linskey notes: “Brown has sent signals that he is prepared to seek the Republican nomination in New Hampshire to challenge Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in this November’s election. Since losing his Massachusetts seat to Democrat Elizabeth Warren in the 2012 election, he steadily heightened his public profile in New Hampshire, moved his family to the state and filed papers to spend political money there.
What he hasn’t done is make his candidacy official (despite an editorial in New Hampshire Union Leader last fall that urged him to “make his intentions clear or turn his big, brown eyes elsewhere”).
A Public Policy Polling survey out today portrays a potential dead heat -- Shaheen 46 percent, Brown 43 percent, in a theoretical match-up. An American Reserach Group survey in December found a higher hill for Brown to climb: Shaheen 49, Brown 38.
Reading the former senator’s tweets about Shaheen lately would certainly lead one to believe that the blanks in the website will soon be filled in granite.
Wrapped up my duty at the Pentagon, heading home. Good to see my daughter and her fiancé and connect with some friends.
— Scott P. Brown (@SenScottBrown) January 14, 2014