DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is back in New Hampshire to campaign with mayoral candidates and help raise funds for Republicans.
Brown will stump with Fred Leonard, who’s running for mayor in Rochester, Saturday morning at Radloff’s Cigar Bar. Then he’ll join Somersworth Mayor Matt Spencer and wave campaign signs at a Burger King restaurant.
Later, he’s scheduled to attend a fundraiser for the Strafford County GOP.
In 2010, Brown won the Massachusetts Senate seat held for decades by Edward M. Kennedy. Brown lost the seat in 2012 to Elizabeth Warren.
He’s stirred speculation about his political future by putting his Massachusetts house on the market while keeping a house in Rye, N.H. He recently launched a political action committee in New Hampshire.
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