This photo taken March 22, 2014 shows former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown greeting voters at the Mount Cube maple sugar house in Orford, N.H. Brown is fighting to re-write political history as he tours New Hampshire. But there are early signs that the state's notoriously feisty voters may be reluctant to embrace the recent Republican transplant. Brown joined New Hampshire’s U.S. Senate race roughly a week ago. He moved to the state 13 weeks ago. Brown is trying to become the third person to serve more than one state in the Senate. The last one was elected more than two centuries ago. His residency figures to play prominently in his quest to defeat Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen this fall. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown greeted voters at the Mount Cube maple sugar house in Orford, N.H., on March 22, 2013.
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You are running as a Republican, aren’t you, Scott Brown?

The Washington Post’s In the Loop blog reported that the ex-Massachusetts US Senator—who is expected to officially enter the New Hampshire US Senate race later this week—missed a check box indicating his party affiliation on a form filed with the Federal Election Commission.

The Brown committee received a letter from the Federal Election Commission on Friday with a gentle reminder that Brown needed to select a party. As of Monday morning, his file on the FEC Web site did not have him listed as a Republican.

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Brown’s campaign called it an “administrative oversight,” according to the blog.

“Bqhatevwr.”