Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and other top Massachusetts Republicans are hosting a fundraiser for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The deal is based on a pledge signed by Republican Scott Brown and Democratic Elizabeth Warren during last year’s Senate race.
Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is in talks with Fox News about a possible job as a contributor. He has also joined the board of directors of Kadant Inc., a Westford-based paper company.
One by one, high-profile Massachusetts Republicans are bowing out of the special election for John Kerry’s U.S. Senate seat, leaving the party in search of a candidate capable of giving the Democrats a run for their money.
The US Senate race to fill John Kerry’s seat just got a new competitor.
Massachusetts Republicans are scrambling to find a candidate for John Kerry’s Senate seat now that would-be GOP front-runner, former Sen. Scott Brown, has opted out of the campaign.
Former Senator Scott Brown told WBZ-TV Friday that he is not running for the open U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says he’s ready to jump in the race for the United State Senate seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
So with the primaries only three months away, let’s get the conversation going about what sort of choices this race will offer.
GOP officials close to Scott Brown report that the former Republican senator is “leaning strongly toward running” in the special election to replace Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.