New Hampshire’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has defeated Republican challenger Scott Brown to win a second term and block his return to Washington from a second state.
Democratic incumbents around the country are being criticized for their support of a president whose job-approval ratings have dropped.
Polls show a tight race in the New Hampshire U.S. Senate race between incumbent Jeanne Shaheen and former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown.
Republican Scott Brown and incumbent U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen held a Monday afternoon debate in North Conway, N.H.
Rick Perry was in the critical presidential campaign state of New Hampshire talking local issues such as the state’s economy.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona paid a visit to New Hampshire Monday to endorse Scott Brown in his run for the Senate.
Mitt Romney on Wednesday endorsed former Mass. senator Scott Brown.
Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president in 2012, is coming to New Hampshire to endorse Scott Brown’s bid for U.S. Senate.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen is holding onto a comfortable lead in the race for re-election in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Democratic Party accused Republican Scott Brown on Thursday of failing to disclose expenses associated with his time spent exploring a run for office.