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A Granite State welcome wagon, it wasn't. More than a hundred protesters, from the left and the right, greeted newly minted New Hampshire resident Scott Brown here Thursday night as he headlined a state GOP holiday party. Inside the private fund-raisers, Brown, who is a potential challenger of US Senator Jeanne Shaheen, was said to have been be greeted warmly and to have posed for photographs with supporters while remaining coy about his plans. But Across the street, two separate protests merged as gun rights advocates, raffling off a firearm, stood should to shoulder with Democrats to encourage the former Massachusetts senator to return south or at least not to run for office here.( 12/19/2013 11:13 PM )
WASHINGTON -- Senator Elizabeth Warren announced today that she will introduce a measure to forbid employers from requiring credit histories on job applicants. The Massachusetts Democrat's measure has support from dozens of liberal consumer groups, who argue that credit history is a poor measure of character and discriminates against the economically disadvantaged. But it could face resistance from Republicans who oppose more restrictions on businesses and worry about taking away another tool in reviewing job applicants.( 12/17/2013 11:36 AM )
WASHINGTON - Elizabeth Warren has pledged she will not seek the White House in 2016, but that has not stopped die-hard Warren boosters from promoting her political profile in presidential primary states, saying she is best positioned to push the Democratic Party to the left. A group called Progressive Change Campaign Committee is waging the most visible of these pro-Warren crusades, training volunteers, meeting with labor leaders in New Hampshire, and handing out stickers with Warren's name. But there are costs to party unity, as the as the Massachusetts senator becomes a prominent figure in an intensifying battle for the Democratic Party's soul.( 12/16/2013 12:00 AM )
They won't again get caught napping. At least, they say they won't. Democrats understandably uncertain about former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown's political intentions have ratcheted up their defensive mechanisms as Brown has fed speculation he could run for Senate again - this time in New Hampshire On Thursday night, the Democratic National Committee circulated video of Brown in New Hampshire appearing to talk about Massachusetts voters when he wanted to be talking about Granite State voters.( 12/06/2013 12:36 PM )
Former US senator Scott Brown will headline the New Hampshire GOP holiday dinner this month, furthering speculation that he is considering a run for the Senate in that state. The GOP event, along with frequent visits to the Granite State, have fueled questions about Brown's plans. On Tuesday, Brown also penned an opinion piece on FoxNews.com calling the implementation of the Affordable Care Act a tale of "hypocrisy and double standards."( 12/04/2013 4:42 AM )