Incumbent Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen held on and defeated Republican Scott Brown in New Hampshire's US Senate race on Tuesday evening.
During a Republican rally in New Hampshire Sunday night, New Hampshire GOP Chairperson Jennifer Horn tried to energize Republican voters by telling them to push Democrats' heads under water "until they cannot breathe anymore."
Don't believe Republicans. Ladies, if a Republican says he has your back, clench; it's not because he wants to give you a back rub.
In a blog post written Friday for NH Insider, Republican New Hampshire State Rep. Steve Vaillancourt disparaged Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) over her looks, claiming that she is "ugly as sin" and that she "looks more like a drag queen than most men in drag."
In an article that ran Wednesday in the Washington Post, Sean Sullivan pointed out that during his time in the Senate, Brown missed all six hearings that the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held, even though Brown was a committee member
The chest-thumping and boasting that we heard from the GOP earlier in the year about the likelihood of the party taking over the Senate has quieted down dramatically in the last few days as bad news keeps spilling in for Republicans.
On Monday afternoon, Donald Trump sent out a tweet endorsing New Hampshire GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown in his race against the Democratic incumbent, Senator Jeanne Shaheen. The only problem is that he actually referred to a Rhode Island state lawmaker, State Sen. Jim Sheehan.
Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown gave an interview to Boston Herald Radio where he forgot that he was running for Senate in New Hampshire, not Massachusetts.
The sinking Scott Brown for Senate in New Hampshire campaign suffered another blow when they sent out a press release attacking Sen. Jeanne Shaheen for not appearing with Obama in her backyard. The problem is that Obama was in Massachusetts, not New Hampshire.
Already trailing Democratic incumbent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in every major poll, Scott Brown's bid to return to the US Senate via New Hampshire has run into trouble due to some shady business associations.
Scott Brown wants to run for Senate in New Hampshire in 2014. It would help if he remembered the state's name.
Republicans have quit on America. They're putting forth no effort, and most importantly at all, they haven't even bothered to show up for the past two years.
With just a week to go before Election Day, a new Suffolk University poll has found that Elizabeth Warren has opened up a 7 point lead over Scott Brown, 53%-46%.
According to the latest PPP poll, Massachusetts voters who supported President Obama in 2008 have powered Elizabeth Warren to a nine point lead over Scott Brown, 53%-44%.
Scott Brown tried to morph into Mitt Romney with an endless stream of lies, but Elizabeth Warren was ready and stormed past the incumbent in their third debate.
Sen. Scott Brown's personal attacks are getting him nowhere against Elizabeth Warren, as the Democrat continues to lead the Massachusetts Senate race 50%-45%.
Mitt Romney said Scott Brown was sent to DC to stop ObamaCare, calling out Brown as a Republican obstructionist sent to DC to do the Republicans' bidding
Elizabeth Warren rolled over Scott Brown in their second debate as the incumbent lost his cool, and cracks started to show in his moderate pseudo-Democrat facade.
The one discussion that has not been receiving quite as much focused attention is the race - and racism - factor in this campaign.
In a racist attempt to mock Elizabeth Warren three of Scott Brown's staffers were caught on video chanting war whoops and doing tomahawk chops.