Scott Brown Emphasizes New Hampshire Ties During Granite State Appearance

'Nothing's Off The Table' For Brown

Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) emphasized his ties to the Granite State during a Saturday appearance in New Hampshire, where he hinted he may pursue a senate run.

"I think it's important to note, I do have ties to New Hampshire," Brown said during an appearance during a National Guard conference, according to Patch. "For me to be here is not unusual. I have nine generations of ties to New Hampshire."

Brown shied away from any definite answers on a potential senate run, echoing comments he made on April 5 that he's "not going to rule out anything right now."

"Nothing's off the table, but nothing's on the table, either," Brown said on Saturday.

Democrats are taking advantage of Brown's hints at another run, using the talk to raise money for their incumbent in New Hampshire, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

Click here for more from Patch, including a video interview with Brown.

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