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Scott P. Brown (R-N.H.)

Political Highlights: Wrentham Board of Assessors (Mass.), 1987-89; Wrentham Board of Selectmen (Mass.), 1996-99; Mass. House, 1999-2004; Mass. Senate, 2004-10; U.S. Senate, 2010-13; defeated for re-election to U.S. Senate (Mass.), 2012
Born: Sept. 12, 1959; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Maine
Residence: Rye
Religion: Protestant
Family: Wife, Gail Huff; two children
Education: Tufts U., B.A. 1981; Boston College, J.D. 1985
Military Service: Mass. National Guard, 1979-2012; Md. National Guard, 2012-14
Start of Service: Elected: 2010 (1st term)
Committee Assignments: Armed Services (Airland - Ranking Member; Emerging Threats & Capabilities; Personnel); Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs (Federal Financial Management - Ranking Member; Federal Spending Oversight & Emergency Management; Permanent Investigations); Small Business & Entrepreneurship; Veterans' Affairs

Election History
2014generalJeanne Shaheen (D) 251,18451.5
Scott Brown (R) 235,34748.2
2012generalElizabeth Warren (D) 1,696,34653.7
Scott Brown (R) 1,458,04846.2
2010specialScott Brown (R) 1,168,17851.9
Martha Coakley (D) 1,060,86147.1
Joseph Kennedy (LIB) 22,3881.0
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New Hampshire is 50th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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