Scott Brown Launches Senate Bid in His Second-Favorite State

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WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 16:  U.S. Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol February 16, 2012 in Washington, DC.  The four Republican senators met to discuss four bipartisan jobs bills passed by the House that they say are being blocked by the Senate Democrat leadership in the Senate.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Photo: Win McNamee/2012 Getty Images

After he lost his senate seat to Elizabeth Warren in 2012, Scott Brown flirted with the idea of running for governor of Massachusetts or being a Fox News talking head, but on Thursday, he officially announced that he's running to unseat Senator Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire. No one has represented two states in the Senate in more than a century, but New Hampshire Republicans are willing to look past the fact that Brown was wooing Massachusetts voters just a year and a half ago. "We're here because we can count to 51," said John Sununu, the state’s former governor, while introducing Brown in Portsmouth. "Fifty-one Republican senators. That's what it’s all about in 2014." And uh, Brown seems like a great guy, too.