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Former Sen. Scott Brown Files For 2014 Senate Bid From New Hampshire

In 2010 former Cosmo model Scott Brown won the special Massachusetts election to succeed the late Ted Kennedy in the Senate. Two years later he failed to hold that seat, losing to Elizabeth Warren. Brown has now filed the paperwork to run for the Senate again, this time from New Hampshire, where he has lived for the last four months. If he succeeds in the GOP primary, Brown will face Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in the general election. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is among those slamming Brown as a carpetbagger: "I’m sure you’ve all heard this before, but Sen. Mikulski said last week in the caucus that the Constitution guarantees every state two senators, but the Constitution does not guarantee every senator two states."

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